from the Wild's 3-0 victory against the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday at Xcel Energy Center. And now for a bit more from the team because why not. Coach Bruce Boudreau gave a lot of credit to goaltender Devan Dubnyk for shutting out Philadelphia back-to-back and giving the team a home-and-home series sweep. "It tells us how good the goalie was," Boudreau said. "I thought this was a typical first game back from a road trip. We had a hard time finding our legs, I thought, the first two periods.
First things first, Devan Dubnyk will start in goal 7 p.m. Tuesday against Philadelphia. Also, Charlie Coyle skated for the first time with the team since breaking his leg Oct.12 at the Blackhawks. More on him in a notebook later. But for now, here's a little pregame fodder on Philly. "No. It doesn’t really matter," Dubnyk said of facing the team back-to-back. "That’s a difficult team. They’re very creative, highly skilled, and it’s going to be a challenge against them regardless of how you play them.
Jason Zucker and his sleep schedule has been meme-ed.No matter that the Wild winger had the chance to equal or even break the NHL record for consecutive goals Tuesday at Xcel Energy Center against the Philadelphia Flyers. The real story here is if the new dad, whose son was born Oct. 27, is catching enough Zzzs. "I was hearing from even our friends and family, everyone was asking me, 'Well, is Jason sleeping?'" said Carly Zucker, Jason's wife and mom to 2-week-old Hendrix.
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