Filip Gustavsson stopped 35 shots for his very first NHL shutout as the going to Minnesota Wild snapped a two-game losing streak with a 3-0 win over the Vancouver Canucks Saturday night.Matt Boldy,

on the power play, and Connor Dewar, shorthanded, scored for the Wild (14-11-2), who were playing their 3rd video game in 4 nights. Minnesota scored a goal in all 3 periods en

route to a 3-0 triumph in Vancouver.After being severely outplayed in the opening duration, the Canucks outshot the Wild 19-7 in the 2nd, but it was Minnesota who went ahead 2-0 on Dewar's short-handed objective at 16:08 of the period.The Wild were killing their 3rd consecutive penalty when Vancouver's J.T. Miller tossed a pass off the boards in Minnesota's zone that Dewar obstructed. Zuccarello fired a shot from the point that Martin stopped but Boldy put in the rebound for his 10th of the year.The Wild outshot Vancouver 14-4 in the very first duration.