Boldy's Brilliance Leads Wild to Shootout Triumph Over Flames

Flames lose fourth straight game

The Minnesota Wild won a close game against the Calgary Flames at the Xcel Energy Center, with a final score of 3-2 after a shootout. Matt Boldy from the Wild scored once in regulation and again in the shootout. Since John Hynes became the coach on November 27, the Wild have won six out of eight games. Marco Rossi and Mats Zuccarello also contributed, with Rossi scoring in the game and Zuccarello in the shootout.

For the Flames, Yegor Sharangovich kept up his good performance by scoring for the fourth game in a row and getting an assist. His goal during a power play made the score 1-1. Blake Coleman put the Flames ahead 2-1 in the third period, but Rossi tied it up for the Wild just 45 seconds later. Even though they lost, Sharangovich stood out for the Flames by being the first player on their team to score ten goals this season.

Filip Gustavsson saved 35 shots for the Wild, and Dan Vladar stopped 30 out of 32 for the Flames. The Wild's victory adds to their winning streak with their new coach, while the Flames will try to do better after losing four straight games and six out of seven.