Ryan Pulock and Matt Martin scored less than 2 minutes apart early in the third period and the struggling New York Islanders rallied to beat the Minnesota Wild 3-1 Sunday.Tom Kuhnhackl scored late and Semyon Varlamov stopped 25 shots for New York, which won for the second time in its past six games.Suggesting his team may have become a bit complacent after winning 22 of its first 31 games, Islanders coach Barry Trotz ran a back-to-the-basics practice Saturday. It paid off on Sunday as New York carried the play much of the night.Ryan Donato scored for the Wild, looking to make a division charge with a long stretch of home games.Minnesota, which has played a league-high 24 road games, began a stretch of 18 of 23 contests at Xcel Energy Center, where it is 10-3-3. The Wild are 13-5-4 overall since starting the season 6-11-1.WIth the Islanders trailing 1-0 entering the third, Pulock’s shot from the top of the slot hit Devan Dubnyk, who thought he stopped the puck, but it trickled across the line as players were pushing and shoving in front.Martin, a fourth-line wing, put New York up 2-1 just 97 seconds later with his first goal in 18 games. Leo Komarov poked the puck past defenseman Brad Hunt at the Wild blue line, won the race to the puck in the right circle, and, while falling, sent a backhand across to Martin for a redirect.Kuhnhackl added an insurance goal with 2:31 to play.Dubnyk finished with 25 saves. He made four on a New York power play late in the second period, and the Wild nearly scored in period’s final seconds but a shot by Hunt clanked off the post. Marcus Foligno hit a post earlier in the period.Varlamov struggled to control the puck early, and it cost him with 4:17 left in the first when he couldn’t control a bad-angle shot from Ryan Suter. Donato scored off a scramble in front.The Islanders have allowed a league-low 97 goals through 37 games.NOTES: New York D Nick Leddy had an assist for his 300th career point. Leddy was Minnesota’s Mr. Hockey in 2009, an award given to the state’s top high school hockey player. … Suter’s assist on Donato’s goal gave him nine points in his past nine games. … Wild C Mikko Koivu (lower-body) practiced Saturday, but missed his 12th straight game.UP NEXTIslanders: At Washington on Tuesday.Wild: Host Toronto on Tuesday. Associated Press Television News SUBSCRIBE TO US COMMENT First Published: 30th December, 2019 10:41 IST LIVE TV Written By WATCH US LIVE Last Updated: 30th December, 2019 10:41 IST Islanders Get Three Goals In 3rd Period, Beat Wild 3-1 Ryan Pulock and Matt Martin scored less than 2 minutes apart early in the third period and the struggling New York Islanders rallied to beat the Minnesota Wild 3-1 Sunday. FOLLOW US
DES MOINES — A panel that estimates how much tax revenue the state of Iowa will collect predicts a slight slow down in the next budgeting year that starts July 1.Dave Roederer, the governor’s budget director, says he and the other two members of the panel know there’s a recession ahead, they just don’t know when.“It’s kind of like we’re heard for how many weeks that someday it’s going to quit snowing and so, you know what, it’s going to happen. We just don’t know when it’s going to happen,” Roederer says. “…We still have employers in this state and in the rest of the country that are trying to hire additional employees, so that’s always kind of an indicator as well.”The State Revenue Estimating Conference predicts lawmakers will have about $20 million less to work for next year’s budget. That won’t impact budgeting right now because Republican leaders in the House and Senate already were planning to spend significantly less than the total revenue estimate released Friday.In each of the past two years, lawmakers had to make mid-year cuts in the state budget, but current state tax receipts are steady and cuts are not necessary.
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