(St. Paul, MN)  —  The Kings scored four consecutive goals to help take down the Wild 7-3 on Thursday night at Xcel Energy Center.  Minnesota lead 2-1 in the first period on goals by Connor Dewar and Kirill Kaprizov but the Kings rallied including two goals by Pierre Luc Dubois in the final minute of the period.  The two goals were scored 12 seconds apart – fastest two goals scored by an opposing player in Wild franchise history.  Joel Eriksson Ek scored in the third period to pull the Wild back to within 5-3 but the Kings scored twice into an empty net to hand the Wild the loss and drop them to 2-2-0 through four games.  Game two of the three game homestand is Saturday night when the Wild host the Blue Jackets at 7 P-M.

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