Recap: Wild vs. Avalanche

  • Updated: November 29, 2013 - 9:54 PM

Star Tribune’s Three Stars

1. Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Avalanche: 16 saves in third period.

2. Gabriel Landeskog, Avalanche: Colorado’s young captain had an empty-net goal and two assists.

3. Erik Haula, Wild: In his NHL debut, the former Gopher had one assist, two shots and created many scoring chances.

By the numbers

3-for-29 Wild’s power play past 10 games (10.3 percent)

73-32 Wild has been outshot in the first period the past six games.

6 Consecutive games the Wild has been scored on first.

MICHAEL RUSSO

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Miami 4 Top 9th Inning
Washington 6
NY Yankees - LP: C. Martin 1 FINAL
Toronto - WP: R. Dickey 3
Philadelphia 4 Top 8th Inning
Atlanta 1
Tampa Bay 5 Top 7th Inning
Boston 1
Los Angeles 3 Bottom 8th Inning
Milwaukee 1
Chicago Cubs 7 Top 4th Inning
St. Louis 4
Oakland 4 Bottom 4th Inning
Minnesota 4
Texas 0 Bottom 6th Inning
Houston 1
Arizona 0 Delayed
Colorado 0
Seattle - F. Hernandez 9:05 PM
LA Angels - M. Shoemaker
San Diego - T. Ross 9:15 PM
San Francisco - M. Bumgarner
Chicago 99 FINAL
Cleveland 92
LA Clippers 8:30 PM
Houston
NY Rangers 0 3rd Prd 13:31
Washington 1
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