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"I feel confident," Wild goalie Kaapo Kahkonen said. "I felt good about my game. I feel like I belong [in] the NHL.
After making a pitstop at the bench to scoop up a new stick, which happened to belong to teammate Ian Cole, Jordan Greenway scored on a breakaway Friday against the Coyotes.
A nifty no-look pass stood out on Friday night in Glendale as the energy of Kirill Kaprizov's line helped the Wild end a two-game skid.
Zach Parise's return after being a healthy scratch in Wednesday's game won't be the only change after the 5-1 loss to Vegas.
Marcus Foligno is driving the Wild's offense so far on this four-game road trip, which is way different from what was expected of him when he first joined the team.
Before losing twice to first-place Vegas, the Wild had mostly played against the clubs projected to finish lower than it in the standings.
"We can't get sidetracked with these tough losses," winger Marcus Foligno said. "We gotta understand that we're a great hockey team."
The Wild made Zach Parise a healthy scratch for the first time because of his play, most notably a botched shift in the 5-4 overtime loss on Monday.
One practice. That's all it took for Nick Bjugstad to realize his new Wild teammate Kirill Kaprizov wasn't another run-of-the-mill hockey player.
For the first time in six games, the Wild's most dangerous line of late came up empty-handed in the 5-4 overtime loss to the Golden Knights.