Rangers score 2 goals in 37 seconds to steal win over Wild
It was a Monday night meltdown for the Minnesota Wild.
Up 3-0 on the Rangers after two periods, and 4-2 with less than 15 minutes to go in the third period, the Wild completely fell apart, allowing New York to come all the way back and then some.
The collapse was capped by goals from Anthony Duclair (his first in the NHL) and Mats Zuccarello at 16:12 and 16:49 of the third period to tie the game and put the Rangers up for good.
Duclair's goal was definitely one goaltender Darcy Kuemper would like to have back.
Zuccarello somehow managed to score with blue shirts drastically outnumbered in the Wild zone.
Kuemper, who allowed five goals on 20 shots, had by far his worst performance of the young season.
With points so sacred in what will undoubtedly be a tight playoff race out West, this one has to hurt for Minnesota.