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Ottawa Senators center Chris Kelly, left, collides with Minnesota Wild left wing Derek Boogaard during the first period Saturday in Ottawa. AP Photo/The Canadian Press,Adrian Wyld

Wild tripped up in Ottawa

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OTTAWA (AP) -- Mike Brodeur made a name for himself Saturday night in his NHL debut for the Ottawa Senators.

No relation to New Jersey goalie Martin Brodeur, the rookie goalie carried a shutout into the third period, and Erik Karlsson scored his first career goal, leading Ottawa to a 4-1 win over the Minnesota Wild.


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