Wild-Rangers game recap

  • Updated: March 14, 2014 - 12:44 AM

GAME RECAP

STAR TRIBUNE’S THREE STARS

1. Darcy Kuemper, Wild: Rebounded from Tuesday’s shootout loss with 16 of his 29 saves in the third period.

2. Mikael Granlund, Wild: Assist (15 points in past 14 games), won 11 of 16 faceoffs (22 of 29 past two games).

3. Nino Niederreiter, Wild: Scored his first goal since the Olympics and was elevated to Mikko Koivu’s line.

By the NUMBERS

10 Goals by Zach Parise in the third period out of 23 overall.

7-0-2 Wild’s home record in nine games since Jan. 14.

+2 For defense partners Jonas Brodin and Marco Scandella.

3 Minors in four games by Kyle Brodziak (all power-play goals against).

MICHAEL RUSSO

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