Minnesota Wild’s offense comes alive in Game 2 to tie playoff series. Now what?
The Minnesota Wild entered Game 2 of the first round playoff series with a chip on their shoulder after being held scoreless in the opener
While Ville Husso deserves some recognition for his performance in Game 1, the high-octane Wild lit him up on Wednesday
Joel Eriksson Ek started the night off right with a massive first goal in the series on the first shot of the night.
Gaudreau and Kaprizov would prove that the power play is in-fact capable of scoring as they caught fire and never looked back.
ever Wild player to score a hat-trick (take that Perron) in a playoff game.
With a large portion of the fan base questioning the decision of starting Marc-Andre Fleury for the second game in a row,
He made 32 saves, good for a 94.1 save percentage, with some of them coming at crucial moments in the game.
Blues’ challenge, but still managed a three point night while also managing to be a plus-three player.