The Rangers eliminate the 2-goal deficit and beat Wild 4-3 in the shootout

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“I didn’t even know if it would come online, to be honest,” said Zibanejad. ” It was a tough pass. I was just trying to redirect it. I don’t think he saw it. ”

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The Rangers entered the game 1-17-0 as they lag behind after two periods.

“We just never stopped,” said Rangers coach David Quinn. ” We talked about the belief that we have in each other that continues to grow throughout the season. It has never been more obvious than tonight. ”

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Whatever we did was obviously not enough, said Greenway. ” We didn’t do what we did in the first and second periods. ”

New York scored 3-2 when Buchnevich scored the third goal with 11:51. The puck jumped in front of the net before finally passing Stalock.

Donato opened the scoring for Minnesota with a backhand player who passed through the legs of a Rangers defender and passed Georgiev.

New York replied when Panarin temporarily linked it to a first-half goal, its 29th goal of the season.

Brodin scored his first goal since November 19 and gave Minnesota a 2-1 lead in the first game. It was just Brodin’s second goal of the season.

Minnesota seemed to extend its lead in the middle of the second round as Matt Dumba’s shot fluttered through the traffic. But New York challenged the goal, which was eventually waved over for goalie interference.

“You said he had enough time to get out of the way,” said game coach Bruce Boudreau. “I thought he was pushed in when he was in the fold and if you skate it’s a difficult thing.”

The Wild got the goal back the second later when Greenway deflected a shot from Brodin to send him past Georgiev. The Assist gave Brodin his first multi-point game since December 14th.

Minnesota went 0 for 2 in the power game. New York has not allowed a Powerplay goal in the last four games.

Stalock saved defender Jacob Trouba with a glove in the last minute of extra time to keep the game alive. Stalock ended with 28 parades.

NOTES: Wild C Mikko Koivu received his 500th career support for Donato’s first-half goal. … Minnesota’s opponents are 4 against 5 in the challenges of the coach this season … Rangers D Marc Staal was scratched with the flu.

NEXT

Rangers: Friday night in Columbus.

Wild: hosts San Jose on Saturday evening.

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