Wild finally notch 1st win of year
ST. PAUL — The mantra that hard work pays off came true on Thursday night for the Minnesota Wild.
Matt Cooke’s second-period goal was the difference as the Wild beat the Winnipeg Jets 2-1 for Minnesota’s first win of the season.
Jonas Brodin also scored for the Wild (1-1-2) and Josh Harding had 14 saves in his first start of the season. The Wild had lost their first three games in a shootout, overtime and regulation, respectively.
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