Wild's Dumba earning place among top goal-scoring defensemen

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Wild defenseman Matt Dumba
Matt Dumba's eight goals rank second in the league by a blueliner; only the Maple Leafs' Morgan Rielly (nine) has more.

Inability to grow lead costs Wild in loss to Sabres

November 17
Buffalo Sabres goaltender Linus Ullmark stops a shot by Wild left wing Marcus Foligno
The Wild led 2-0 before surrendering three unanswered goals to the Sabres.
Wild
November 17

Wild-Blackhawks preview

This is the second half of a back-to-back for the Wild; the team is 4-0 in that situation this season.
Wild
November 17
Parise

Most NHL goals by Minnesota-born players

Zach Parise became the all-time leader in goals scored among Minnesota-born NHL players
Minnesota Whitecaps co-head coach Ronda Engelhardt spoke to her players during practice.
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Wild
November 17
Wild head coach Bruce Boudreau

Missed chances sting Wild in loss to Sabres

Coach Bruce Boudreau discusses the 3-2 loss to the Sabres.
Wild
November 17
Minnesota Wild goaltender Devan Dubnyk can't control the puck as Sabres center Johan Larsson skates in

Sabres complete comeback over Wild with two third-period goals

Sarah McLellan recaps the 3-2 loss to the Sabres in her Wild wrap-up.
Wild
November 17

Wild-Sabres game recap

A look back at Saturday night's game.

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  • Western Conference
    Central w l otl points home away
    Nashville 14 5 1 29 6-3-0 8-2-1
    Minnesota 12 6 2 26 6-2-2 6-4-0
    Winnipeg 11 5 2 24 8-2-2 3-3-0
    Dallas 10 7 2 22 7-3-1 3-4-1
    Colorado 9 6 4 22 4-2-2 5-4-2
    Chicago 7 8 5 19 4-3-3 3-5-2
    St. Louis 7 8 3 17 5-5-1 2-3-2
  • Pacific w l otl points home away
    San Jose 11 7 3 25 7-3-1 4-4-2
    Calgary 11 8 1 23 5-3-1 6-5-0
    Vancouver 10 10 2 22 5-3-0 5-7-2
    Anaheim 8 9 4 20 5-3-4 3-6-0
    Edmonton 9 9 1 19 4-3-1 5-6-0
    Arizona 9 9 1 19 5-4-0 4-5-1
    Vegas 8 11 1 17 5-3-1 3-8-0
    Los Angeles 6 12 1 13 4-6-1 2-6-0
  • Eastern Conference
    Atlantic w l otl points home away
    Tampa Bay 14 5 1 29 7-3-0 7-2-1
    Toronto 14 6 0 28 5-5-0 9-1-0
    Buffalo 12 6 2 26 6-2-1 6-4-1
    Boston 11 6 3 25 7-2-0 4-4-3
    Montreal 11 6 3 25 6-3-1 5-3-2
    Ottawa 9 8 3 21 7-3-2 2-5-1
    Detroit 9 9 2 20 5-4-1 4-5-1
    Florida 7 7 3 17 3-3-1 4-4-2
  • Metropolitan w l otl points home away
    Columbus 12 6 2 26 5-4-1 7-2-1
    NY Islanders 10 6 2 22 5-1-2 5-5-0
    NY Rangers 10 8 2 22 7-3-0 3-5-2
    Washington 9 7 3 21 5-3-2 4-4-1
    Philadelphia 9 9 2 20 4-6-1 5-3-1
    Carolina 8 8 3 19 4-4-2 4-4-1
    New Jersey 8 8 2 18 6-1-2 2-7-0
    Pittsburgh 7 8 3 17 3-5-1 4-3-2
  • Goals
    M. Granlund MIN 10
    M. Dumba MIN 8
    Z. Parise MIN 8
    E. Staal MIN 6
    J. Zucker MIN 6
  • Assists
    M. Koivu MIN 13
    R. Suter MIN 12
    M. Granlund MIN 9
    Z. Parise MIN 9
    (3) Players 8
  • Points
    M. Granlund MIN 19
    Z. Parise MIN 17
    M. Koivu MIN 17
    R. Suter MIN 15
    (2) Players 14
  • Goals-Against Avg.
    D. Dubnyk MIN 2.36
  • Saves
    D. Dubnyk MIN 467
    A. Stalock MIN 105
  • Wins
    D. Dubnyk MIN 9
    A. Stalock MIN 3
  • Goals
    D. Pastrnak BOS 17
    B. Point TB 14
    J. Skinner BUF 14
    A. Ovechkin WAS 13
    J. Pavelski SJ 13
  • Assists
    M. Rantanen COL 22
    B. Wheeler WPG 21
    M. Marner TOR 20
    B. Burns SJ 19
    (3) Players 18
  • Points
    M. Rantanen COL 29
    C. McDavid EDM 27
    N. MacKinnon COL 26
    P. Bergeron BOS 26
    M. Marner TOR 26
  • Goals-Against Avg.
    P. Rinne NSH 1.67
    D. Rittich CGY 1.92
    J. Halak BOS 2.07
    F. Andersen TOR 2.08
    A. Raanta ARI 2.10
  • Saves
    C. Anderson OTT 588
    J. Gibson ANH 543
    H. Lundqvist NYR 483
    F. Andersen TOR 468
    D. Dubnyk MIN 467
  • Wins
    F. Andersen TOR 11
    C. Anderson OTT 9
    D. Dubnyk MIN 9
    M. Jones SJ 9
    A. Vasilevskiy TB 9
  • Friday, November 16
    Dallas 1, Boston 0, F Buffalo 2, Winnipeg 1, F Los Angeles 2, Chicago 1, F
    Washington 3, Colorado 2, F Toronto 2, Anaheim 1, F St. Louis 4, Vegas 1, F
  • Saturday, November 17
    Detroit 3, New Jersey 2, F Tampa Bay 6, Philadelphia 5, F Buffalo 3, Minnesota 2, F
    Montreal 3, Vancouver 2, F Columbus 4, Carolina 1, F NY Rangers 4, Florida 2, F
    Ottawa 6, Pittsburgh 4, F Boston 2, Arizona 1, F Nashville 5, Los Angeles 3, F
    Calgary 4, Edmonton 2, F San Jose 4, St. Louis 0, F
  • Today, November 18
    Dallas @ NY Islanders New Jersey @ Carolina Minnesota @ Chicago
    Colorado @ Anaheim Vegas @ Edmonton
  • Monday, November 19
    Dallas @ NY Rangers Buffalo @ Pittsburgh Columbus @ Toronto
    Washington @ Montreal Florida @ Ottawa Tampa Bay @ Nashville
    Los Angeles @ St. Louis Vegas @ Calgary Winnipeg @ Vancouver
  • Tuesday, November 20
    Edmonton @ San Jose
  • Wednesday, November 21
    Toronto @ Carolina Montreal @ New Jersey NY Islanders @ NY Rangers
    Dallas @ Pittsburgh Chicago @ Washington Philadelphia @ Buffalo
    Boston @ Detroit Florida @ Tampa Bay Ottawa @ Minnesota
    St. Louis @ Nashville Vegas @ Arizona Vancouver @ Anaheim
    Winnipeg @ Calgary Colorado @ Los Angeles
  • Thursday, November 22
  • Friday, November 23
    NY Rangers @ Philadelphia Edmonton @ Anaheim Winnipeg @ Minnesota
    Montreal @ Buffalo NY Islanders @ New Jersey Detroit @ Washington
    Calgary @ Vegas Toronto @ Columbus Pittsburgh @ Boston
    Florida @ Carolina Chicago @ Tampa Bay Colorado @ Arizona
    Ottawa @ Dallas Nashville @ St. Louis Vancouver @ San Jose
Wild
November 17
San Jose Sharks' Marcus Sorensen, right, scores a goal against Wild goalie Devan Dubnyk during the first period

Dubnyk to start the first half of a back-to-back for Wild vs. Sabres

Goalie Devan Dubnyk is 2-1 in the first game of a back-to-back this season.
Minnesota Wild's Charlie Coyle, left, is congratulated by teammates Thomas Vanek, of Austria, and Matt Dumba, right, after scoring during the third pe
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Wild
November 17
Kings goaltender Jack Campbell deflects a shot by Wild left wing Zach Parise during the first period last week. Parise later scored.

Parise over illness, feels ready to play Saturday for Wild

Zach Parise, who missed Thursday's game, said he felt OK at practice Friday and anticipated feeling even closer to full health for the game Saturday.
Wild
November 16

Wild-Buffalo preview

The worst team in the NHL last season, Buffalo was 10-6-2 heading into Friday night's game in Winnipeg
Wild
November 16
Wild defenseman Jared Spurgeon shoots against the Canucks during the first period Thursday.

Minus Parise, Wild bounces back with balanced victory over Vancouver

With Zach Parise out due to illness, Mikko Koivu's three-point night highlighted the new-look Wild in Thursday night's home victory over the road-weary Canucks.
Wild
November 16
Minnesota Wild left wing Jason Zucker and Vancouver Canucks defenseman Christopher Tanev vie for the puck during the first period

Wild capitalizes on road-weary Canucks

Coach Bruce Boudreau recaps the 6-2 win over the Canucks.
Wild
November 15
Wild center Mikko Koivu controls the puck with defense from Canucks center Elias Pettersson

Niederreiter-Koivu-Coyle shine in Wild's rout of Canucks

Sarah McLellan recaps the 6-2 win over the Canucks in her Wild wrap-up.
Wild
November 15
Wild goaltender Alex Stalock celebrates with defenseman Matt Dumba after the Wild defeated Anaheim on Nov. 9

Wild goaltenders have been key to back-to-back success

Backup Alex Stalock and No. 1 goalie Devan Dubnyk have posted a solid .926 save percentage in the second game of Wild's back-to-backs so far this season.
Wild
November 15
Wild center Charlie Coyle (3) celebrates his goal with Mikko Koivu (9) and Nino Niederreiter (22) during the first period

Postgame: Wild does well in moving past Tuesday's letdown loss

The Wild has yet to lose two straight games in regulation this season.
Wild
November 15

Wild-Canucks game recap

A look back at Thursday night's game.
Wild
November 15
Wild hoping to rebound when it continues homestand vs. Canucks

Wild hoping to rebound when it continues homestand vs. Canucks

The Wild is coming off a 5-2 loss to the Capitals Tuesday at home, its first regulation defeat at Xcel Energy Center this season.
Wild
November 15
Kirill Kaprizov celebrated a goal for Russia against the Czech Republic in the Karjala Cup in Finland last Sunday. Kaprizov is “as good as anybody t

Back from Russia, Wild GM Fenton impressed by top prospect Kaprizov

Kirill Kaprizov, 21, was drafted by the Wild in and is perhaps the team's most highly anticipated prospect. "He's going to be a terrific player for us,'' Paul Fenton said.
Wild
November 15
Wild left winger Zach Parise was dumped to the ice by Capitals defenseman Matt Niskanen in the second period. Parise bounced back to score in the thir

Wild leaves its road-trip swagger behind in loss to Washington

It was the team's first regulation defeat on home ice after starting 5-0-2 and then playing on the road for more than two weeks.
Wild
November 15
The old guy up there — Zach Parise, testing Capitals goaltender Pheonix Copley on Tuesday — and players like him are among reasons the Wild is suc

Explaining the Wild's run of success

North Score: The Wild entered Wednesday with the third-best points percentage in the NHL. Let's look at three reasons the team has been successful.
Wild
November 15

Wild-Vancouver game preview

Following its first regulation home defeat of the season—a 5-2 loss to Washington on Tuesday — the Wild continues a three-game home stand against the Canucks.
Wild
November 14
Wild General Manager Paul Fenton resisted coming in and making a series of trades, and 18 games into his first season, the team sits near the top of t

Souhan: Not making big deal has been a big deal in Wild's success

Give Bruce Boudreau depth, and he can do damage to opponents. He's rolling four quality lines that might not have existed had Paul Fenton made a splashy trade over the summer.
Final, 11/17 1 2 3 F
Buffalo 12-6-2 1 0 2 3
Minnesota 12-6-2 2 0 0 2

NHL Scoreboard

  • Detroit

    New Jersey

     

    - F

    3

    2

  • Tampa Bay

    Philadelphia

     

    - F

    6

    5

  • Buffalo

    Minnesota

     

    - F

    3

    2

  • Montreal

    Vancouver

     

    - F

    3

    2

  • Columbus

    Carolina

     

    - F

    4

    1

  • Florida

    NY Rangers

     

    - F

    2

    4

  • Pittsburgh

    Ottawa

     

    - F

    4

    6

  • Boston

    Arizona

     

    - F

    2

    1

  • Los Angeles

    Nashville

     

    - F

    3

    5

  • Edmonton

    Calgary

     

    - F

    2

    4

  • St. Louis

    San Jose

     

    - F

    0

    4