The Minnesota Wild are back to .500 for the first time since October 27, when they dropped three straight games to the Colorado Avalanche.
They had a 3-2 win in Edmonton on Saturday.
The Wild won their first two games at home, including a 3:37 mark of overtime against the Carolina Hurricanes.
A 3-0 win at Boston College on Tuesday was followed by a 4-2 loss at St. Cloud State on Thursday.
The Eagles got their first win at home since March 10, when the Minnesota Wild beat the Everett Silvertips 3-1.
The Devils are 6-2-0 since Jan. 25, when coach John Hynes replaced Claude Julien.
They were shut out by the St. Louis Blues, who beat them 3-3 on Saturday in overtime.
“We’re definitely on track right now,” Devils coach Cory Schneider said.
“We’re just scratching the surface.
We’re not there yet.”
The Wild will face Florida on Sunday, but have yet to play a game.
With the win, the Devils moved into second place in the Atlantic Division.
They will face Boston College (3-3-1) on Sunday and then play the Boston Bruins (3, 5-2) at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday.
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