The Minnesota Wild pulled off another rally on the road. The penalty-prone Anaheim Ducks were kicking themselves again after blowing another early lead and watching the visiting team take the game away from them.
Nick Johnson scored the go-ahead goal with 5:31 left in the third period, and Casey Wellman and Pierre-Marc Bouchard scored 32 seconds apart in the second period, leading the Wild to a 5-3 victory over the Ducks on Sunday night.
This was the third straight road game for Minnesota in which it overcame a two-goal deficit to win. It also was the 11th time this season that Minnesota has won when its opponent scored first, the most in the NHL. The victory ended a streak of 14 straight meetings between the clubs at Honda Center in which the team that scored first won.
''We have a group of guys in there that are not going to quit, they're not going to give up and look for excuses,'' rookie coach Mike Yeo said. ''One thing we can really credit our success with is that we try not...