The Minnesota Wild lost to the Carolina Hurricanes Thursday in Helsinki, Finland.
The Wild had a solid start in the first period scoring one, but let three goals in in the second to put them behind for the rest of the game, the Star Tribune reports.
"There were some areas in our game that were just disappointing," coach Todd Richards said. The start resembles last season when the Wild had trouble putting three full periods of hockey together.
According to the Pioneer Press, Brent Burns scored for Minnesota with about three minutes left in the game, but still left the them one goal short of a tie. The Wild lost 4-3.