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Blues series coverage] The Wild goaltending was not bad, per se, but it did not steal a game in the series.Marc-Andre Fleury, acquired in a trade with the Blackhawks on March 21 for his vast playoff experience (he has won the Stanley Cup three times and played in the Cup Final five times), was average in his five starts, going 2-3 with a 3.04 goals-against average and .906 save percentage.Cam Talbot, the No. 1 before Fleury arrived, played in Game 5 and allowed four goals on 26 shots in a 5-2 loss.The Wild, who allowed 3.04 goals per game during the regular season, gave up at least four goals in each of their four losses to the Blues and allowed five goals each in Games 4, 5 and 6, all losses. But Binnington's ability to play the puck and start the transition game for the Blues took the teeth out of the Wild forecheck in the final three games and short-circuited their high-powered offense.Minnesota did not get much of a reward for its record-setting season regular season, drawing the one team that was nearly as hot as it was down the stretch and has traditionally given it fits.The Wild went 17-2-3 following the NHL Trade Deadline on March 21 and had the best points percentage (.841) in the NHL.

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