Dubnyk exits vs. Oilers after collision in crease
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Minnesota Wild netminder Devan Dubnyk was forced to exit Tuesday's contest versus the Edmonton Oilers after being taken down in a collision in the second period.

Wild forward Ryan Donato and Oilers defenseman Brandon Manning got tangled up and slid into Dubnyk, who crashed hard to the ice.

Backup Alex Stalock immediately entered the game in relief and remained in goal for the start of the third period.

Dubnyk will miss Thursday's game against the Nashville Predators and is day-to-day, the club announced Wednesday.

He had a 1-5-0 record with an .874 save percentage on the season entering Tuesday's matchup, which marked his 300th career start for the Wild.

Dubnyk exits vs. Oilers after collision in crease
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