Parise scores highlight-reel, midair goal late in win against Stars

Parise scores highlight-reel, midair goal late in win against Stars

Parise scores highlight-reel, midair goal late in win against Stars

Minnesota faces San Jose in Western Conference play. In their last game, the Stars were defeated by the St. Louis Blues by the score of 3-1. The Stars entered Saturday tied for third in the Central Division, six points back of St. Louis for the division lead. It was Parise's eighth goal in his last nine games and 12th of the season.

Dallas has averaged 2.67 goals per game on the year while allowing 2.37 goals per game. Dallas is 25 in the league on the power play as they have cashed in on 14.7 percent of their chances with the man advantage this season. Its penalty kill is ranked fourth overall, and the team's successfully killed off 86.2 percent of all penalties. The Stars had won five straight and seven of nine against the Wild. The Wild is also 2-6-1 against the Central Division.

Koivu, playing his 15th season with the Wild, beat Ben Bishop with his trademark move, a backhand over the goalie's left shoulder. Jason Zucker has scored six goals and collected 8 points over the last 10 games for Minnesota. The Wild is 16 in penalty killing as they have successfully gotten through 81.6 percent of their shorthanded situations.Good morning, we scored 7️⃣ goals last night and here they all are.

The Wild have gone 14-13-6 in home games. Minnesota owned a 10-9 edge in shots on goal but skated off down 1-0 after 20 minutes of play. I am going to go with the Wild at home in this one, due to the fact that they have been the better team as of late and they now have a record of 6-1-2 at home, while the Stars are 6-6-1 when playing on the road.

Root, Burns hit tons as New Zealand make inroads
All three New Zealand wickets to fall Friday went to catches by Root who did his best to back-up his decision to field first. However, further rain is forecast on the final day, with England needing to win the match to draw the two-match series.

Comeau broke through when he stole the puck from Eric Staal behind the net, circled to the right of Stalock and fired a low shot that found the net for his third of the season. Wingers Zach Parise and Kevin Fiala also scored for the Wild in its first shootout finish of the season. Minnesota wins 4-2 and on the over.

Wild Injuries: Luke Kunin: day to day (upper body). Joel Eriksson Ek and Spurgeon drew the assists on the goal. Tyler Seguin leads Dallas in points with 21 and assists with 15 on the year. Ryan Suter leads the Wild in assists on the season with 13, including 7 on the power play.

Fiala had a goal and an assist, and Alex Stalock made 26 saves for the Wild (12-11-4), who have won three in a row and are 6-0-3 during their point streak. Kaapo Kahkonen is expected to make his second National Hockey League start in this contest.

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