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Luongo, Canucks shut out Wild, 3-0

The Minnesota Wild lost in shutout fashion to the first place Canucks, 3-0, in Vancouver last night. It's the Wild's 10th loss in 11 games. Josh Harding was solid in goal for Minnesota, but Robert Luongo was better for the Canucks, claiming his second shutout of the season.
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The Minnesota Wild lost in shutout fashion to the first place Canucks, 3-0, in Vancouver last night. It's the Wild's 10th loss in 11 games. Josh Harding was solid in goal for Minnesota, but Robert Luongo was better for the Canucks, claiming his second shutout of the season.

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