Minnesota Wild Game Recaps
Kirill and Kaapo kept their team in it, but it just wasn’t enough when it came to the skill competition.
What a Wild series of events.
Strong efforts by Hartman, Kaprizov not enough to overcome Blues.
Penalties and poor offensive play led to another Minnesota loss.
Minnesota’s weak defensive play costs them, holding them winless in the back to back.
Win also gives Minnesota first place honors for first time since 2011.
Minnesota started their road trip on the right foot, mostly due to an awesome night from Cam Talbot.
Minnesota shoots itself in the foot, but keeps it rolling.
Minnesota has now won four straight games, five straight at home
Minnesota shells Vasilevskiy, earning some revenge for last Sunday in the rematch.
From start to finish, this was all Minnesota.
40 saves and perfect in the shootout, Wild netminder stands tall
Great performances from Ryan Hartman, Cam Talbot, and Rem Pitlick lead the way for an overall sloppy Minnesota Wild team.
The Wild extend their winning streak to four after beating up on a very weak Arizona team.
Hartman forces shootout with seconds left, Bjugstad wins it in shootout
Kaprizov scores GWG in OT, breaking goalless streak to start season
It might have been a close call, but it was a good showing from Minnesota.
Well, that sucked.
The newest alternate captain wins it for Minnesota.
It was a great game, just like we planned it.
Minnesota scores twice in third, Beckman records Gordie Howe Hatty with overtime winner.