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ST. LOUIS (AP) Mikko Koivu was embarrassed. His teammates on the Minnesota Wild were simply angry after a dismal performance Saturday in a five-goal loss at Dallas.?It was something you want to forget right away and move forward www.flamesshoponline.com ,? Koivu said.The Wild did just that on Tuesday night.Jason Zucker tied a career high with his 22nd goal and Devan Dubnyk made 35 saves to help Minnesota to a 6-2 win over the St. Louis Blues.The bounce-back victory came 72 hours after a humbling 6-1 setback against the Stars.Koivu, Nino Niederreiter, Marcus Foligno, Matt Dumba and Eric Staal also scored for Minnesota, which has won three of four. The Wild moved within four points of third-place St. Louis in the Central Division.Jaden Schwartz and Dmitrij Jaskin scored for the Blues, who had won four of five.Dubnyk improved to 21-10-3 by winning his third successive start.Minnesota put aside one of its poorest performances of the season by scoring six straight goals.?The most important thing is how we responded,? Dubnyk said. ?We?ve got a group that?s played a lot of hockey and we know what it takes to win on the road.?The Wild improved to 11-15-1 away from home with their second victory in three road games.?I hope this is a confidence booster,? coach Bruce Boudreau said. ?To win in this building is a little special.?Zucker, now in his seventh year, scored 22 goals last season in 79 games. He tied that mark in his 53rd game this season.?It feels good, but I?m not satisfied with it and I want to be better Calgary Flames T-Shirts Womens ,? Zucker said. ?It?s nice to be clicking as a line, but it?s even better to get a win against a team like this. As long as we continue playing like this, we?ll be fine.?Foligno broke a 1-all tie by poking in a rebound at 16:53 of the first period. Koivu pushed the lead to 3-1 just 74 seconds later on a backhand from the slot.St. Louis goalie Carter Hutton was pulled at the end of the first period after giving up three goals on eight shots. He came into the game with four consecutive wins and had stopped 121 of his previous 123 shots.The Blues had earned at least one point in 18 of their last 20 home games against the Wild.?No one wants to play like this,? St. Louis forward Vladimir Tarasenko said. ?We?re trying hard. I know it?s not enough. It?s on us to find out what?s going on.?Blues defenseman Alex Pietrangelo agreed.?I wish I had an answer. Just disconnect all over the ice,? he said.NOTES: The Blues play eight of their next 11 games against Central Division teams. ? Blues coach Mike Yeo served as coach of the Wild from 2011-16 and compiled a 173-132-44 mark. ? Minnesota RW Chris Stewart, who played for St. Louis during two stints from 2010-14, was a healthy scratch for the fourth time in seven games.UP NEXTWild: Host the Arizona Coyotes on Thursday night in the first of five straight home games.Blues: Host the Colorado Avalanche on Thursday night.? SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) ? In a story Nov. 14 about the Nashville Predators?San Jose Sharks game, The Associated Press erroneously reported a quote from Rocco Grimaldi. The correct quote should read:?The first period, I mean, nothing else can be said about our first period. It was abysmal. It was really bad. Without Juice (Juuse Saros) back there Calgary Flames Hoodies Womens , it probably would have been four or five to nothing after one. Instead, it was three, he gave us a chance, and we came back after the first and we knew that was not acceptable for the best team in the league, let alone a middle of the pack team in the league. We came out and showed why we are on top right now. We had a great second and a great third, and just because of that first period it ended up biting us in the end.?A corrected version of the story is below:Thornton?s 400th goal lifts Sharks past Predators 5-4Joe Thornton broke a third-period tie with his 400th goal, Joe Pavelski scored twice and the San Jose Sharks defeated the Nashville Predators 5-4 after squandering a three-goal leadBy GIDEON RUBINAssociated PressSAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) ? On a night when he reached an impressive personal milestone, Joe Thornton wasn?t taking stock of his career accomplishments.The veteran San Jose Sharks center even bristled when asked about it.?I?m just trying to improve my game, to be honest with you,? he said.All that hard work is still paying off.Thornton broke a third-period tie with his 400th goal Calgary Flames Hats Womens , Joe Pavelski scored twice and the Sharks defeated the Nashville Predators 5-4 on Tuesday after squandering a three-goal lead.Marcus Sorensen and Antti Suomela also scored to help San Jose win its second straight and fourth in six games. Sorensen had two assists to give him six points (two goals, four assists) over his last three games.The 39-year-old Thornton is anchoring a third line that includes Sorensen (26) and Kevin Labanc (22).?I don?t care who I play with, I just want to play and enjoy it and have fun. That?s what you saw tonight,? Thornton said. ?That was the purest form of hockey you can have. It was just a bunch of kids playing hockey. Our backs were against the wall, but we came back. It was just a great hockey game.?Filip Forsberg had two goals and an assist for the Predators, who dropped to 8-1-1 on the road. They lead the NHL with 27 points.Craig Smith added a goal and an assist for Nashville, which scored four straight times after trailing 3-0. Rocco Grimaldi?s breakaway goal at 2:43 of the third gave the Predators a 4-3 lead.?It was a bad start. That?s the only way to describe it,? Smith said. ?We gave them everything they got. In the second period we did to them what they did to us. It?s unacceptable how we started. I?d rather not start 0-3.?Pavelski tied it with his second goal, 13 seconds before Thornton put the Sharks ahead 5-4 at 13:18 of the third.?It was an interesting game,? San Jose coach Pete DeBoer said. ?I?m sure I?ve been a part of a game like that, but I don?t remember it and probably don?t care to remember it. The good thing is we came out on the right side.?Nashville had a six-game point streak snapped.?The first period Custom Calgary Flames Jerseys , I mean, nothing else can be said about our first period. It was abysmal. It was really bad,? Grimaldi said. ?Without Juice (Juuse Saros) back there, it probably would have been four or five to nothing after one. Instead, it was three, he gave us a chance, and we came back after the first and we knew that was not acceptable for the best team in the league, let alone a middle of the pack team in the league. We came out and showed why we are on top right now. We had a great second and a great third, and just because of that first period it ended up biting us in the end.?NOTES: Predators C Calle Jarnkrok (lower body) didn?t play and is day to day. Grimaldi took his spot in the lineup. ? Sharks D Erik Karlsson and C Tomas Hertl both reached milestones on Pavelski?s first-period goal. Karlsson?s assist was his 400th, and Hertl?s his 100th. Hertl left in the second period with a lower-body injury. ? San Jose held the Predators scoreless on three power plays. The Sharks have allowed only two goals on 42 power plays over their last 15 games going back to Oct. 11. ? The Sharks have given up three or more goals in 10 of their past 11 games.UP NEXTPredators: Conclude a five-game road trip Thursday at Arizona.Sharks: Host the Toronto Maple Leafs on Thursday.

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