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Wild rallies, ends losing streak by beating Jets

WINNIPEG, Manitoba Late Saturday night into Sunday morning, Tyler Graovac and Brett Sutter were on an eight-hour bus ride from Grand Rapids, Mich., to Des Moines, Iowa, with the Baby Wild. They arrived around 6 a.m., went to sleep and were awoken by late-morning phone calls from Wild director of minor-league operations Jim Mill. Graovac, for his NHL debut, and Sutter were summoned by the big club, took a car service to Minneapolis and flew to Winnipeg, arriving after 11 p.m. "We'll be running on adrenaline," Sutter said Monday morning. Sutter showed no signs of fatigue. With his first career multipoint game, the minor-league journeyman sparked a two-goal comeback as the...