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Wild Warmup: Minnesota vs. Tampa Bay

After come-from-behind performance in Dallas, Minnesota hopes to carry moxie over into Saturday

by Phil Ervin /
The essentials

Who: Minnesota Wild vs. Tampa Bay Lightning

Puck drop: 7:08 p.m. CT

Watch: FOX Sports North; FOX Sports app

Listen: KFAN FM 100.3, Wild Radio NetworkWild NHL App

Follow: @mnwild; GameCenter

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Dubnyk sensational again, gets rewarded in Dallas

Wild goaltender stopped 24 shots in the second period alone as Minnesota rallied late to get a win

by Dan Myers @MNWildScribe /

DALLAS -- Following a win on Tuesday night against the Arizona Coyotes, Wild coach Bruce Boudreau said goaltender Devan Dubnyk was his team's "world."

Friday night in Dallas -- and specifically during a firewagon second period at American Airlines Center -- Dubnyk was out of this world in a 3-1 win against the host Stars.

Dubnyk made 24 saves in the second frame alone, keeping the Wild in a scoreless tie after 40 minutes in a game that, after a rather tight first period, became inexplicably loose.

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Postgame Hat Trick: Wild 3, Stars 1

Dubnyk outstanding for Minnesota in first road victory of the season Friday in Dallas

by Dan Myers @MNWildScribe /'s Dan Myers gives three takeaways from the Wild's 3-1 win against the Dallas Stars at American Airlines Center in Dallas on Friday night:

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From the Rink: Read preps for big chance with Wild in Dallas

Called up from Iowa on Wednesday, veteran winger set to start game against Stars on Wild's top line

by Dan Myers @MNWildScribe /

DALLAS -- Matt Read knew he'd be playing hockey in Texas tonight. Little did he know, he'd be in Dallas and not Austin. 

Practicing with the Iowa Wild on Wednesday, Read was preparing for Friday and Saturday games down the road in the Texas capital. But after practice on Wednesday, Iowa coach Tim Army called over the veteran winger and told him he was on his way to Minnesota.

But Read's presence on the roster -- at least initially -- is far from being a place holder. Read is expected to begin the game on the right side of Jason Zucker and Eric Staal on the Wild's top line. 

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Prospect Report: Oct. 17, 2018

Iowa Wild off to best start in franchise history

by Minnesota Wild @mnwild /

The Iowa Wild, Minnesota Wild's American Hockey League affiliate, earned a win in its sole game last week to stretch its win streak to three games, the best start to a season in team history. The Wild ranks second in the AHL in fewest goals against (5), T-4th in penalty kill percentage (91.7, 11-for-12) and fifth in power-play percentage (30.8, 4-for-13).

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Wild recalls Matt Read from Iowa

After signing as free agent, forward has one assist in three games with Minnesota's AHL affiliate

by Minnesota Wild @mnwild /

SAINT PAUL -- Minnesota Wild General Manager Paul Fenton today announced the NHL club has recalled forward Matt Read from the Iowa Wild of the American Hockey League (AHL).

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J.T. Brown doing '23 proud,' just like his father did

Wild forward following in professional sports footsteps of his dad, former Minnesota Vikings running back Ted Brown

by Dan Myers @MNWildScribe /

When your dad is a long-time former National Football League star, telling him you're no longer playing the family sport might seem a little daunting. 

Unless he already knows. 

For Wild forward J.T. Brown, it was a conversation he remembers well. A freshman in high school at the time, hockey had become his passion. It had also become a goal for him to make it his livelihood. 

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Wild announces high school hockey captains program presented by West Bend

One boys and one girls captain to be honored each month November through March

by Minnesota Wild @mnwild /

ST. PAUL -- The National Hockey League's (NHL) Minnesota Wild and West Bend Mutual Insurance today launched a new high school hockey captains program. The High School Hockey Captains Program presented by West Bend will honor one male and one female high school hockey captain from November through March. 

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Wild answers adversity once again in win over Coyotes

Playing down two forwards for most of the game, Minnesota gains a crucial two points in the standings

by Dan Myers @MNWildScribe /

ST. PAUL -- The Wild has plenty of skilled depth up and down its lineup, so of course, its biggest win of the early season came ugly.

You won't see anyone in Minnesota's dressing room complain, though.

Down a pair of centermen early in the game, the Wild played with just nine forwards on the second half of back-to-back games, overcoming a sloppy start in a 2-1 win against the Arizona Coyotes on Tuesday at Xcel Energy Center.

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