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Islanders hold off Wild, 2-1

The Islanders grabbed a 2-0 lead in the opening three minutes of play, while Minnesota managed just two shots on goal in the first period. The Wild's record now stands at 1-1 through two games.
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The Islanders grabbed a 2-0 lead in the opening three minutes of play, while Minnesota managed just two shots on goal in the first period. The Wild's record now stands at 1-1 through two games.

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