Wild’s special teams dominant, vintage Marc-Andre Fleury: Key takeaways in win vs. the Canadiens

MONTREAL — Having to play a man short because of salary cap reasons, it’s only fitting that the Minnesota Wild were short-handed stars in a 5-2 win over the Montreal Canadiens. Brandon Duhaime and Connor Dewar scored 25 seconds apart on the same penalty kill in the first period and the Habs’ game cratered after that. The Wild rolled behind two power-play goals from Joel Eriksson Ek and one from Kirill Kaprizov, his first goal of the season. Kaprizov finished with three points and Mats Zuccarello three assists as the Wild beat Montreal for a sixth straight meeting and 15th time in…

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