Wild-Calgary game recap

  • Updated: April 22, 2013 - 12:50 AM

STAR TRIBUNE's THREE STARS

1. Joey MacDonald, Flames: The Wild dominated the first two periods, but he made 24 of his 34 saves.

2. Mark Cundari, Flames: Making his NHL debut, 22-year-old defenseman scored a goal, had an assist and blocked three shots in almost 25 minutes.

3. Ryan Suter, Wild: Six shots, 12 attempted in 30 minutes, 46 seconds of ice time.

BY THE NUMBERS

15 Shot by Zach Parise and Suter, of the Wild’s 35.

4 Goals in 0-4-1 home losing streak for Wild.

3-for-3 Calgary’s power play.

0-for-3 Wild’s power play.

MICHAEL RUSSO

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