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Minnesota defenseman Marco Scandella (left) carries the puck up the ice while being chased by Vancouver forward Jannik Hansen in the third period at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul on Wednesday. The Wild lost 5-2. Marilyn Indahl / USA Today Sports

Booth nets pair, Canucks defense overwhelms Wild

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ST. PAUL — The Vancouver Canucks responded well to the start of a road trip that could play a key role in determining their playoff fate.

Left winger David Booth scored two unassisted goals, goaltender Eddie Lack made 29 saves and the Canucks beat the Minnesota Wild 5-2 on Wednesday night.

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