Wild have record-setting second period in lopsided win

WILD 6, HURRICANES 2

Eric Staal’s second goal of the night capped a franchise-record flurry to start the second period, and Minnesota cruised past Carolina.

Devan Dubnyk made 29 saves for his fifth win in his last six starts, and the Wild raised their home record to an NHL-leading 24-5-6.

Nino Niederreiter, Zach Parise, Daniel Winnik and Staal scored in a span of 3:28, the fastest four-goal stretch in Wild history that gave the home team a huge lead less than four minutes after the first intermission ended while fans were still filing back into their seats.

Staal, the second overall pick in the 2003 draft by the Hurricanes who spent 13 years with the club until a late-season trade, has 64 goals in 149 games with the Wild.

Phillip Di Giuseppe and Derek Ryan scored for Carolina in the third period.

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