Wild give up game-tying goal late, fall to Coyotes in shootout


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The Minnesota Wild fell to the Arizona Coyotes 2-1 in an overtime shootout Monday night at Xcel Energy Center.

1. Down to a shootout

The Wild dropped to 1-9 this season in games that have gone beyond regulation. Anthony Duclair beat Devan Dubnyk in a shootout, while the Wild came away empty to lock up the victory for the Coyotes.

2. Dominating start, but nothing to show for it

The Wild controlled play throughout the first two periods, but didn't have much to show for it.


Great saves in both periods by Arizona's rookie goaltender Louis Domingue kept the Wild off the scoreboard and frustrated Minnesota hockey fans.


3. Coyle finally gets Wild on the board

The game remained scoreless until the middle stages of the third period. Charlie Coyle's 13th goal of the season gave the Wild the lead.


It was his third straight game with a goal.


Tweet of the Night:

Late miscue haunts Dubnyk and Wild.


Up Next:

The Wild head into the All-Star Break. They return to the ice on Feb. 2 at the New York Islanders.

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