29 Dec 2011, 19:00  |  Regular season  |  Xcel Energy Center
Minnesota Wild4-3 Edmonton Oilers
Periods:
Shots:
1-1
(10-9)
3-1
(9-9)
0-1
(8-12)
 
Total: 27-30
Referees: Tim Peel, Don VanMassenhoven  |  Spectators: 19194
 
Goals and assists
01:24|away||0-1|Taylor Hall (Jordan Eberle, Tom Gilbert)
13:47|home||1-1|Mikko Koivu (Marek Zidlicky, Greg Zanon)
30:02|home||2-1|Jarod Palmer (Kyle Brodziak)
30:21|home||3-1|Pierre-Marc Bouchard (Marek Zidlicky, Greg Zanon)
34:40|away||3-2|Ladislav Šmíd (Taylor Hall, Ben Eager)
35:26|home||4-2|Dany Heatley (Marek Zidlicky, Mikko Koivu)
46:40|away||4-3|Shawn Horcoff (Ryan Smyth)
Player statistics
 
 
Goalie statistics
 
Name SA GA MIN %
Niklas Bäckström|30|3|60:00|90.00
Name SA GA MIN %
Devan Dubnyk|8|0|19:00|100.00
Nikolai Khabibulin|19|4|40:00|78.95
 
 
Recent transfersShow all transfers»
  1. 26 May 2018 |  Carmine Guerriero  (G)
     
    Atlanta GladiatorsarrowHC Brest Albatros
  2. 26 May 2018 |  Robin Gren  (D)
     
    Mora IKarrowSurahammars IF
  3. 26 May 2018 |  Carl Hjälm  (G)
     
    Östersunds IKarrowKiruna AIF
  4. 26 May 2018 |  Marcus Runnkvist  (F)
     
    Vännäs HCarrowKiruna AIF
  5. 26 May 2018 |  Joël Fröhlicher  (D)
     
    EHC OltenarrowEHC Basel
  6. 26 May 2018 |  Jakub Meliško  (D)
     
    HK Dukla MichalovcearrowBordeaux GHC
  7. 26 May 2018 |  Ludvig Martinsson  (D)
     
    HC Vita HästenarrowKalmar HC

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