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ST. PAUL, MINN. (AP) _ JOSH HARDING STOPPED 16 SHOTS FOR HIS FIRST SHUTOUT OF THE SEASON AND THE MINNESOTA WILD BEAT THE NASHVILLE PREDATORS 2-0 TUESDAY NIGHT. JUSTIN FONTAINE SCORED LATE IN THE SECOND PERIOD AND JASON POMINVILLE ADDED AN EMPTY-NET TALLY FOR THE WILD, WHO HAVE SCORED JUST SEVEN GOALS IN THE PAST FIVE GAMES. PEKKA RINNE MADE 27 SAVES FOR NASHVILLE, WHICH FAILED TO GET A POINT FOR THE FIRST TIME IN SIX GAMES. THE PREDATORS HAVE ALLOWED JUST FIVE GOALS IN REGULATION THE LAST FOUR GAMES, GOING 2-1-1 IN THAT STRETCH. MINNESOTA PLAYED WITH JUST FIVE DEFENSEMEN MUCH OF THE GAME AFTER LOSING TOP-LINE DEFENSEMAN JONAS BRODIN LESS THAN 5 MINUTES INTO THE GAME WHEN A DUMP-IN BY GABRIEL BOURQUE HIT BRODIN IN THE FACE. LEAVING BLOOD ON THE ICE, BRODIN WENT STRAIGHT TO THE WILD LOCKER ROOM.

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