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Brian Elliott
Wild bounce back at home with 6-3 rout of Blues

ST. PAUL, Minn. If the Wild and St. Louis Blues will indeed be a first-round matchup, the Wild should have confidence. Against a rugged team that the Wild have struggled against the past number of seasons, the Wild beat the Blues for the second time in seven days Saturday afternoon, this time by a 6-3 win at Xcel Energy Center. One week after Devan Dubnyk stole a win for the Wild in St. Louis with a season-high 41 saves, the Wild, playing average hockey at home recently, opened the floodgates by scoring five even-strength goals and chasing Brian Elliott 24 minutes, 5 seconds into the game by burying four goals on 16 shots. Justin Fontaine registered his second career three-point game with...