Wild gained their third straight victory, beating the Chicago Blackhawks 5-4.
Erik Christensen and Devin Setoguchi provided the last shoot out goal after a no score overtime, ending the game. Setoguchi made the 1-1 shoot out tie breaker goal and game winning point over Chicago's goalie, Ray Emery reported the Pioneer Press.
Setoguchi scored the Wilds first goal of the game and his 19th goal at the 10:11 minute mark, which was answered 34 seconds later with a goal from Chicago's Patrick Sharp reported the Pioneer Press.
The Wild scored three minutes later making the score 2-1 reported the Star Tribune. In the second, Chicago slipped past Minnesota's defense and scored tying them at two at 5:28.
According to the Pioneer Press, the goal was answer 13 seconds later, by Wild's Clayton Stoner.
Chicago's Brodziak swept in a rebound while falling to the ice, 41 seconds later to make it 4-2 reported the Star Tribune. At 8:20 in the third Chicago's Kane brought it to 4-3.
According to the Star Tribune, Patrick Kane for Chicago scored the tying goal with 2:34 minutes left in the game.The goal was not to be answered until Setoguchi's shoot out final goal.
Chicago's goalie blocked 26 shots, and Minnesota's Harding made 31 saves reported the Pioneer Press. The Wild take their third straight game win.