Robert Thomas hit the target with 23 seconds left in standard time on Wednesday night, allowing St. Louis Blues to beat Minnesota Wild 4-3.
Thomas contributed three goals for the Blues in the third quarter. Mike Hoffman won the second game of the game and started his team. Hoffman also helped with the goal of winning the game.
Jordan Kyrou, assisted by Thomas, scored the odds in the middle of the third period.
On the wild side, Jonas Brodin, Joel Eriksson Ek and Marcus Foligno defeated Jordan Ben Jordan Binnington (Jordan Binnington), the latter faced a total of 29 shots. Before the home team’s cage, Cam Talbot gave up 32 shots twice.
This victory allowed the Blues to stay fourth in the Western Conference, ahead of the Arizona Coyotes, who will try to get close when facing the San Jose Sharks later that night.
The Edmonton Oilers consolidated their second place in the North Division and defeated the Jets 3-1 in Winnipeg.
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins scored the winning goal in the second stage of the strong game. As a result, the Oilers led the Jets by three points in two games.
In the first half, Tyson Barrie and Leon Draisaitl in an empty cage also lit up red lights in the victory. Connor McDavid contributed three assists.
Mikko Koskinen made 29 saves but was tricked by Blake Wheeler. Connor Hellebuyck blocked 25 pucks.