SAN JOSE (AP) — Marcus Sorenson had a goal and two assists as the San Jose Sharks beat the Minnesota Wild 4-3 on Tuesday night to snap a six-game losing streak.

Barclay Goodrow’s second goal of the season broke a 3-all deadlock at 7:25 of the third period. Goodrow also had an assist, and Martin Jones made 23 saves for the Sharks.

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Joe Thornton and Antti Suomela had the other goals for San Jose.

Jared Spurgeon and Matt Dumba scored 2:05 apart early in the third period for the Wild to tie it at 3. Zach Parise also had a goal for Minnesota, and Devan Dubnyk turned back 18 shots.

Minnesota (8-4-2) had won seven of eight overall and was 12-6-2 over its previous 20 games against the Sharks.

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Spurgeon scored at 1:22 of the third and Dumba followed at 3:27.

NOTES: Wild C Eric Staal (illness) sat out after playing in 335 straight games. . C Matt Hendricks was back in the lineup even though he wasn’t expected to return from a lower-body injury until Thursday. . Wild forward Mikael Granlund had his point streak snapped at 10 games. … Sharks C Logan Couture had his point streak stopped at nine games. … Sharks C Joe Thornton played in his 1,499th game, tying Mike Modano for 19th place on the NHL’s career list. … The Sharks had just two shots on goal in the first period. . Sharks C Tomas Hertl is day to day with a head injury sustained Saturday in a collision with Flyers defenseman Christian Folin.


Wild: At the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday night.

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