Star Tribune’s Three Stars

1. Ryan Suter, Wild: He scored a goal, had two assists and blocked three shots.

2. Jared Spurgeon: He blocked four shots in addition to getting a goal and an assist.

3. Luke Kunin: The rookie got his first NHL point and led the team in hits with four.

By the numbers

1,924 Career regular-season and playoff games for Flames forward Jaromir Jagr, who on Saturday tied Gordie Howe for second most in history behind Mark Messier.

4 Months until Jagr — the fourth-oldest player in NHL history — turns 46 years old.

5 Consecutive games with a power-play goal for the Wild, which entered the game tied for first in the NHL on the power play (33.3 percent).