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Sport Zucker wants Wild to 'remember this feeling' after rare win

07:20  21 october  2019
07:20  21 october  2019 Source:   thescore.com

Alex Stalock shuts out Ottawa as Wild wins for first time this season

  Alex Stalock shuts out Ottawa as Wild wins for first time this season KANATA, Ontario – The wait is over. After getting off to the worst start in franchise history by dropping its first four games, the Wild finally climbed out of that rut Monday afternoon with a 2-0 win over the Senators at Canadian Tire Centre. Alex Stalock had 26 saves for his sixth career shutout. The catalyst to the victory was someone who wasn't even on the ice for most of those losses. In After getting off to the worst start in franchise history by dropping its first four games, the Wild finally climbed out of that rut Monday afternoon with a 2-0 win over the Senators at Canadian Tire Centre.

"Everybody wants to win , everybody wants to do the right things. The Wild have been outscored 29-14 and have allowed two goals in less than two minutes in each of their six losses. "I think it's just being a little more detailed with everything," Zucker said.

Zucker has two power-play goals so far this season and that’s it. In fact, Minnesota defencemen Ryan Suter, Jarde Spurgeon and Brad Hunt are tied for the team lead in “They want to do well,” Boudreau told the reporters at the Bell Centre when talking about his players. “ This is a group that wants to win .

Minnesota Wild forward Jason Zucker wants his club to soak up the positive emotions following its 4-3 home win over the Montreal Canadiens on Sunday.

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"We need to remember this feeling," Zucker said, according to The Athletic's Michael Russo.

"This feels great. I mean, it's awesome to have a win, especially at home, and now, coming back on Tuesday and playing another high-powered offense, we gotta make sure that we remember this feeling and make sure we want to get it back."

The Wild potted a pair of third-period goals to seal the much-needed victory after losing six of seven games to start the season.

Maple Leafs overcome slow start, beat Wild 4-2

  Maple Leafs overcome slow start, beat Wild 4-2 TORONTO (AP) The Toronto Maple Leafs have made a habit of falling behind early this season. That didn't matter much against a slow, tired opponent Tuesday.Mitch Marner had a goal and two assists and Toronto overcame a slow start and beat the Minnesota Wild 4-2.BOX SCORE: MAPLE LEAFS 4, WILD 2''We weren't as good as we'd like to be in the first,'' Leafs head coach Mike Babcock said. ''We've got to do a better job.''Andreas Johnsson had a goal and an assist, and Auston Matthews and John Tavares also scored for Toronto. Frederik Andersen made 27 saves.

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"A win like tonight and the way we did it can really kind of boost your spirits a bit," forward Marcus Foligno added, according to the Star Tribune's Sarah McLellan. "The guys are happy again. It's good to see some smiles on guys' faces."

Zucker, who apologized for calling out head coach Bruce Budreau while criticizing his team's effort after a 4-0 loss to the Canadiens on Thursday, scored his third goal of the season and picked up an assist on Zach Parise's game-winner in the third period.

"You can talk and say the right things every day of the week, and until you come out and you play and you do those things, it doesn’t matter," Zucker said, per Russo. "We have great leaders from Mikko (Koivu) to Zach (Parise) to (Ryan Suter), all the way down the lineup to our younger guys."

The Wild will look to continue their winning ways when they host the red-hot Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night.

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Staal scores 2, Dubnyk hurt in Wild's 3-0 win over Oilers .
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) Coach Bruce Boudreau called it the team's most complete game of the season. It was done short-handed.Eric Staal broke out of an early slump with two goals and an assist and Brad Hunt also scored for the Wild, who lost forward Jordan Greenway in the first period and goalie Devan Dubnyk early in the second in a 3-0 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night.BOX SCORE: WILD 3, OILERS 0''This team is trending in the right direction after falling on some hard times early.

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