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Kyle Brodziak, left, of the Minnesota Wild has his shot blocked by Phoenix Coyotes goalie Jason LaBarberam, right, as Phoenix's Eric Belanger tries to help defend in the first period Wednesday in St. Paul. (Associated Press)

Coyotes drub reeling Wild, 4-2

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By Dave Campbell, AP Sports Writer

ST. PAUL -- The Phoenix Coyotes turned their early penalties into a positive and created momentum for a satisfying victory.


Scottie Upshall had two goals and an assist and Ed Jovanovski scored, giving the Coyotes enough to beat the Wild 4-2 on Wednesday.

"We weathered the storm," coach Dave Tippett said.

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