(St. Paul, MN) — Minnesota defenseman Jonas Brodin (JO-niss BRO-deen) scored :18 seconds into overtime to lift the Wild to a 4-3 win over the Colorado Avalanche on Sunday night in St. Paul. The Wild were playing without Kevin Fiala, Marcus Foligno, Matt Dumba and Marcus Johansson, and yet Minnesota avenged a 5-1 beating from just 24 hours earlier. Victor Rask scored twice and Jordan Greenway had the other goal as the Wild split the first two games with Colorado and also gained a split of the six-game home stand. Goalie Cam Talbot returned from injury and got the win on 22 saves. Minnesota and Colorado will now open a two-game series in Denver, starting tomorrow night at 7:30 P-M.
(photo courtesy of Wild.com)