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Road win against Wild comes just in time for Kings
Road win against Wild comes just in time for Kings

Justin Williams had said Wednesday morning the Kings needed to defeat the Wild primarily for peace of mind about their ability to win on the road. He foresaw them having a "gung-ho start" that would keep them from having to chase the game, a bad habit they had fallen into. Williams' reputation as a clutch player is well-known, thanks to his most-valuable-player performance last spring in the Kings' second Stanley Cup triumph in three seasons. Now, he can be called a visionary too. Mike Richards, Dustin Brown, Tyler Toffoli and Williams scored first-period goals to shred Minnesota's disciplined defense, and goaltender Martin Jones — surprisingly starting for...

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