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Coyotes best Wild in shootout

SAINT PAUL, Minn. -- Left winger Anthony Duclair scored the only goal in a shootout as the Arizona Coyotes won their second game in a row, beating the slump-ridden Minnesota Wild 2-1 on Monday.Goaltender Louis Domingue, making his 15th start in t...

SAINT PAUL, Minn. - Left winger Anthony Duclair scored the only goal in a shootout as the Arizona Coyotes won their second game in a row, beating the slump-ridden Minnesota Wild 2-1 on Monday.
Goaltender Louis Domingue, making his 15th start in the last 17 games for Arizona (24-19-5) had 34 saves and kept the Wild winless at home in January. Minnesota (23-17-9) last won a home game on Dec. 28 and heads into the All-Star break on a 1-6-1 streak.
Minnesota got a third-period goal from center Charlie Coyle and was less than 90 seconds from a win when Coyotes center Antoine Vermette scored shorthanded to tie the game with 1:13 to play in regulation. After managing just six shots on goal in the first two periods, the Coyotes threw 17 pucks at goalie Devan Dubnyk in the third.
The Wild dominated offensively for the first 40 minutes, holding Arizona to just six shots on goal through two periods, but once again struggled to score. In five home losses this month, Minnesota managed just seven goals, total.

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