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USA TODAY Sports Minnesota right wing Jason Pominville shoots the puck wide of the net past New York Rangers’ goalie Cam Talbot during the first period Sunday at Madison Square Garden.

Rangers quiet Minnesota

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NEW YORK — The New York Rangers, trying to salvage what’s left of a nine-game homestand, knocked off the Minnesota Wild 4-1 Sunday at Madison Square Garden.

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The win moved the Rangers (17-18-2) to just 2-4-2 on their longest homestand in history, which concludes Monday against the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Minnesota (20-13-5) dropped its fourth game in its last six.

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