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ST. PAUL www.sanjosesharksteamshop.com , Minn. (AP) — The Arizona Coyotes struggled to do almost anything right for two periods Tuesday. Early in the third period, they could do no wrong.Josh Archibald had two goals and an assist, and the Coyotes rallied from a two-goal, third-period deficit to defeat the Wild 4-3.Minnesota led 3-1 after two periods and appeared to have the game in hand after a dominant second period. The Coyotes didn’t register a shot on goal in the first 17 minutes of the second.But Arizona broke loose with a three-goal flurry in the first 8:39 of the third to pull ahead and held on for the win.“The overall mood was good,” defenseman Alex Goligoski said of the Coyotes locker room during the second intermission. “No one was really going crazy, banging sticks or anything. It was just like, ‘Alright, that one’s over. Let’s get one here early and see what happens.'”And that’s exactly what happened, as Archibald scored his first goal of the season to pull the Coyotes to within one 3:07 into the third. Lawson Crouse, who scored Arizona’s first goal, picked up a turnover in the Minnesota zone and fed Archibald, who beat Devyn Dubnyk with a wrist shot from the high slot.Minnesota challenged the goal, alleging that Archibald was offside, but video replay confirmed the call on the ice.The Coyotes then scored twice in less than two minutes to take the lead. Michael Grabner tied it when he took a pass from Brad Richardson, who had set up behind the net San Jose Sharks T-Shirts Womens , and shot past Dubnyk.Goligoski set up the go-ahead goal when he fired a pass from behind his own net to the Minnesota blue line, where Archibald split two defensemen, took the pass in stride and beat a diving Dubnyk for his second goal of the game and a 4-3 lead for the Coyotes.“(Goligoski) saw me coming right off the bench and made a great pass,” Archibald said. “I saw that (Dubnyk) was coming out to poke check and snap the pads on me. The puck rolled on me a little bit, kind of helped me in a way, and I was just able to chip it over him and in the net.”Charlie Coyle, Zach Parise and Jason Zucker scored as the Wild took command through two periods. Jared Spurgeon assisted on all three goals, matching his career high for assists in a game.But for the third time in 10 days, the Wild suffered a third-period collapse at home. On Nov. 17, they led Buffalo 2-1 in the third period and lost 3-2. Four days later they entered the third period leading Ottawa 4-1. The Senators rallied to tie the game before Minnesota scored the last two in a 6-4 win.For a team fighting for position in the tough Central Division, it’s a trend that Wild players know they need to reverse.“We’ve got to mature as a group. It’s the same stuff that’s happening,” Spurgeon said. “We’ve got to fix it now or we’re not going to go anywhere.”Dubnyk, who missed Minnesota’s last game with a stomach bug, stopped 10 of 14 shots.“It’s a strange little three-game stretch here,” said Dubnyk San Jose Sharks Hoodies Womens , who was in the nets for all three recent third-period collapses. “But the worst thing you can do is let it affect the things that have been going well here.”Antti Raanta stopped 17 of 20 shots before leaving with a lower-body injury after two periods. Rookie Adin Hill stopped all five Minnesota shots in the third period to help the Coyotes snap a four-game losing streak.“It was unbelievable actually how the team rallied together there,” Hill said. “We played with some desperation and found a way to put the puck in the net and get the job done tonight.”NOTES: F Nick Schmaltz made his debut with the Coyotes on Wednesday. Schmaltz was acquired from the Chicago Blackhawks in a trade for forwards Brendan Perlini and Dylan Strome. … The Coyotes won for the first time (1-10-1) when trailing after two periods. … Minnesota is now 6-2-1 when leading after two. … Dumba has a point in seven straight games, tying the franchise record scoring streak for a defenseman.UP NEXTCoyotes: At Nashville on Thursday night.Wild: At Columbus on Thursday. BOSTON (AP) Two of Boston’s new additions helped the Bruins avoid their first three-game losing streak of the season.Rick Nash scored in his home debut and Tommy Wingels had a goal and an assist in his first game for the Bruins, who rallied from a 3-1 deficit to beat the Carolina Hurricanes 4-3 on Charlie McAvoy’s goal 1:08 into overtime Tuesday night.”The first period was rough,” said Nash, acquired Sunday in a trade with the New York Rangers. ”We stayed with it and we battled back. It was a big two points after being down two.”The Nash trade was the headliner in Boston as the Bruins bolstered their lineup for a postseason run. They also picked up Wingels on Monday in a deadline deal with Chicago that didn’t get nearly as much attention, but it added some much-needed depth at center with leading goal-scorer Patrice Bergeron out with a broken foot.Wingels assisted on Riley Nash’s goal with three seconds left in the first period to pull Boston to 3-2, then tied it 5:34 into the second with his first goal as a member of the Bruins.”At this point of the season, you don’t have time to wade your way into it. You have to be ready to go from the get-go,” Wingels said. ”If you get traded, this is the kind of place you want to go to. It’s a hungry team, a team that’s capable of winning it all.”The Bruins, coming off back-to-back losses for just the second time this season, didn’t look much like a contender in the first period.”As the game went on I thought we started to establish ourselves again and put them on their heels and make them defend more and more,” said Riley Nash San Jose Sharks Hats Womens , who helped set up McAvoy’s game-winner by beating a pair of Carolina players in a corner battle for the puck.He got the puck out of the corner and started Brad Marchand and McAvoy on a 2-on-1. McAvoy ended it with a wrist shot past goalie Scott Darling.”They’re where they are in the standings for a reason,” said Carolina captain Justin Faulk, who had two assists. ”It was tight, obviously, and we just weren’t able to get enough.”Brock McGinn, Teuvo Teravainen and Sebastian Aho scored for Carolina in the first. Darling stopped 28 shots for the Hurricanes, who are 0-5-1 in their last six games and have been outscored 24-9 during the skid.Tuukka Rask made 29 saves for the Bruins.Rick Nash got his first goal for Boston at 11:41 of the first to tie it 1-all after McGinn’s power-play goal 10:01 into the game gave Carolina an early lead.Boston fans were still celebrating seven seconds later when David Pastrnak received a double-minor for a high stick to the face of Joakim Nordstrom, who stayed down at center ice for several minutes as the Carolina training staff attended to him.Pastrnak was still serving the first penalty when Teravainen beat Rask with a wrist shot at 13:09.Aho put Carolina up 3-1 with 56 seconds left in the first, slipping the puck between Rask’s legs off a pass from Teravainen.”We got one in the last minute, they got one in the last minute,” Hurricanes coach Bill Peters said. ”It would’ve been nice to come into the room with a two-goal lead. It’s not the way it unfolded.”NOTES: Bergeron is expected to miss two weeks or more. He played Sunday in a 4-1 loss at Buffalo despite the fracture, which occurred Saturday when he blocked a shot in a loss at Toronto. Bruins general manager Don Sweeney said a CT scan showed the fracture that didn’t appear on an X-ray when Bergeron’s foot was initially examined. Bergeron will be evaluated in two weeks. … Carolina C Jordan Staal missed his third straight game. Staal’s infant daughter, Hannah, died on Saturday. … McGinn’s goal was his first since he scored against Colorado on Feb. 10. … Faulk snapped a five-game scoreless streak.UP NEXTHurricanes: At the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday night.Bruins: Host the Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday night.—
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