BY THE NUMBERS
2-for-27 The Wild's final power-play total for the series (7.4 percent). The Wild went 0-for-5 Thursday.
10-0-1 Anaheim's home record against the Wild since the 2003 playoffs.
Ducks star Scott Niedermayer was called for a double minor in the second period, and that was soon followed by Sean O'Donnell's delay of game that gave the Wild two minutes of 5-on-3. But the Wild failed to capitalize, and even though it later tied the score shorthanded, the missed opportunity played a big role in the final result.
Chris Pronger, Anaheim
The big defenseman did what he did in Game 4, scoring the first goal of the game on a slapshot. This time, it came only 62 seconds in. He also had an assist.
Corey Perry, Anaheim
The pesky second-line winger essentially put the nail in the Wild's coffin when he stuffed the puck past Backstrom in the third period.
Marian Gaborik, Wild
Gave the Wild a brief glimmer of hope when he scored off a pretty Wes Walz feed for a shorthanded goal in the second, his third goal of the series and the 12th postseason goal of his career.
|Los Angeles - WP: H. Ryu||5||FINAL|
|Pittsburgh - LP: E. Volquez||2|
|San Francisco - WP: G. Kontos||7||FINAL|
|Philadelphia - LP: C. Lee||4|
|Texas - WP: M. Mikolas||4||FINAL|
|NY Yankees - LP: S. Greene||2|
|Boston - WP: J. Lackey||14||FINAL|
|Toronto - LP: D. Hutchison||1|
|Miami - WP: B. Morris||3||FINAL|
|Atlanta - LP: S. Simmons||1|
|Cincinnati - LP: M. Latos||2||FINAL|
|Milwaukee - WP: W. Peralta||5|
|Cleveland - LP: B. Shaw||3||FINAL|
|Minnesota - WP: C. Fien||4|
|Kansas City - LP: J. Guthrie||1||FINAL|
|Chicago WSox - WP: C. Sale||3|
|Washington - WP: D. Fister||7||FINAL|
|Colorado - LP: F. Morales||2|
|Detroit||4||Top 8th Inning|
|Baltimore||4||Bottom 6th Inning|
|NY Mets||1||Top 7th Inning|
|Calgary||7/24/14 8:00 PM|
|Winnipeg||7/25/14 9:00 PM|
|Ottawa||7/26/14 6:00 PM|
|Toronto||7/26/14 9:00 PM|