Rust helps Penguins top Wild

Pittsburgh Penguins' Matt Cullen (7) tries to control the puck as Minnesota Wild's Jared Spurgeon (46) and Jason Zucker, right, defend during the second period. Photo: AP/Keith Srakocic
Pittsburgh Penguins' Matt Cullen (7) tries to control the puck as Minnesota Wild's Jared Spurgeon (46) and Jason Zucker, right, defend during the second period.

December 20, 2018 09:07 PM

Bryan Rust scored two goals to help the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Minnesota Wild 2-1 on Thursday night.
    
Rust put Pittsburgh ahead to stay when he scored his ninth of the season 8:12 into the third period. Rust has at least one goal in five of his last six games, including the game-winner one night earlier when the Penguins defeated the defending Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals on the road.
    
Pittsburgh's Jake Guentzel picked off a Greg Pateryn pass behind the net, and centered to the slot where Rust slipped a shot between Devan Dubnyk's pads.
 

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