May 20, 2022
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Wild Rally Late To Bring Down Flyers

(Philadelphia, PA) — The Minnesota Wild used a strong third period to beat the Philadelphia Flyers 5-4 in a back-and-forth battle at Wells Fargo Center. After the teams alternated goals in the first two periods, Matt Boldy tied the game at four with under eight minutes left to go in the game. Jonas Brodin lit the lamp just 25 seconds later to put Minnesota on top for good. Ryan Hartman had two goals in the win, and Frederick Gaudreau also scored. The Wild snap a four-game losing streak with the victory. Minnesota improves to 32-17-and-3 and will visit the Sabres tonight.

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