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Wild beat Red Wings 1-0

The Red Wings came into Minnesota on a three-game skid. The Wild made it four-in-a-row with good goaltending.
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Wild forward Dany Heatley scored early on his one and only shot. From there the Wild never looked back.

But it was goaltender Josh Harding, grabbing 36 saves, that truly stole the show.

Despite some good chances for Detroit, Harding was exceptional in net Saturday at Xcel.

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