The Minnesota Wild came out stronger than the Seattle Crakens in the next game of the National Hockey League (NHL) regular season.
st. The match, which was held in the Excel Energy Center arena in St. Paul in the presence of 19,291 spectators, ended with a sure victory of the home team with a score of 5:1.
Jacob Middleton, Ryan Hartman and Matthew Baldy scored a hat-trick among the winners.
Canadian forward Jaden Schwartz scores a prestigious goal for the losing team.
Russian forward Minnesota Kirill Kaprizov missed the game due to injury.
Wild collected 95 points after this win and moved up to third place in the NHL Western Conference standings.
“Krakens” is in seventh place in the West with 88 points.
Former Anaheim Ducks big loss Colorado Avalanche in the NHL regular season game.
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