Devin Setoguchi and Erik Christensen scored in a shootout to help the Minnesota Wild beat the Chicago Blackhawks 5-4 on Sunday night for their third straight victory.
Setoguchi had a goal and two assists in regulation, then sealed the victory in the third round of the shootout with a quick shot that beat Ray Emery.
Patrick Kane had the lone Chicago goal in the shootout against Josh Harding.
Kane scored his second goal in regulation, during a power play with 2:45 left in the third period, to tie it at 4. Alone in the slot, Kane converted a feed from rookie Andrew Shaw after Patrick Sharp forced Minnesota defenseman Tom Gilbert to turn over the puck.
Dany Heatley, Kyle Brodziak and defenseman Clayton Stoner also scored Minnesota, which won in a shootout for the second straight night. Sharp and Viktor Stalberg scored for Chicago, which has lost only twice in regulation in its last 16 games (11-2-3).
Harding made 31 saves through overtime, and Emery stopped 26 shots.
Although the ...