Recap: Ottawa 4, Wild 3 (SO)

  • Updated: October 11, 2011 - 11:28 PM

A look at the three stars and key players in Tuesday's game:

GAME RECAP

STAR TRIBUNE'S THREE STARS

1. Chris Neil, Ottawa: Scored one goal, had one assist and had eight hits. The Wild had no answer.

2. Niklas Backstrom, Wild: OK, discount the awful shootout. He made 41 saves through 65 minutes.

3. Peter Regin, Senators: Back from injury, he had two assists, five shots and won 10 of 17 faceoffs.

BY THE NUMBERS

12-25 Backstrom's shootout record.

.568 Backstrom's shootout save percentage (worst in NHL, minimum 68 shots).

1 Point for former Senator Dany Heatley in his first game in Ottawa as a Wild player.

6 Game-high blocked shots for Wild defenseman Nick Schultz.

MICHAEL RUSSO

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Pittsburgh - WP: B. Morris 8 FINAL
Cincinnati - LP: S. LeCure 7
Atlanta 0 Postponed
Philadelphia 0
Chicago Cubs 0 Postponed
NY Yankees 0
Tampa Bay 0 Postponed
Baltimore 0
Cleveland 0 Postponed
Detroit 0
Washington - LP: S. Strasburg 2 FINAL
Miami - WP: T. Koehler 11
Pittsburgh - LP: G. Cole 5 FINAL
Cincinnati - WP: M. Leake 7
Seattle - LP: B. Beavan 0 FINAL
Texas - WP: R. Ross Jr. 5
St. Louis - WP: S. Miller 6 FINAL
Milwaukee - LP: M. Estrada 1
Boston - LP: B. Badenhop 1 FINAL
Chicago WSox - WP: D. Webb 2
Kansas City - WP: Y. Ventura 4 FINAL
Houston - LP: L. Harrell 2
Toronto - WP: A. Loup 9 FINAL
Minnesota - LP: P. Hughes 3
NY Mets - WP: J. Mejia 9 FINAL
Arizona - LP: B. Arroyo 0
Oakland - WP: J. Johnson 10 FINAL
LA Angels - LP: Y. Herrera 9
Colorado - WP: J. Nicasio 3 FINAL
San Diego - LP: R. Erlin 2
Los Angeles - LP: B. League 2 FINAL
San Francisco - WP: Y. Petit 3
New York 109 FINAL
Brooklyn 98
Denver 105 FINAL
LA Clippers 117
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