Minnesota Wild top Bruins in shootout, 4-3

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ST. PAUL — The names, lines, and positions were all over the map Tuesday night. Torey Krug moved to forward for some of the game, Carl Soderberg and Loui Eriksson moving up to the top trio, and with lines seeing ice time they normally would never see.

And it showed.

For the second time in nine days, the Bruins allowed a game-tying goal with the opposing goalie pulled and the seconds ticking down. The last time, March 30, it was the Flyers, this time it was to the Wildas Ryan Suter blasted a blue line missile past Tuukka Rask with 1:05 to go at the Xcel Energy Center.

Though Rask came back to stone the Wild in overtime, making six crucial saves, the Bruins took a

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