The Minnesota Wild (7-3-2) bounced back from Monday's loss in Vancouver to beat the Oilers 4-3 Tuesday night in Edmonton.

The game was tight all night long with both teams scoring in the first period, and both teams scoring twice more in the second period -- leaving things tied 3-3 heading into the third. Mikael Granlund (6) scored the only goal of the third period to give Minnesota the 4-3 win.


Minnesota's other goals came from Eric Staal (4), Zach Parise (4), and Jared Spurgeon (2).

The Oilers outshot the WIld 40-32, with Alex Stalock making 37 saves for Minnesota.

Next: The Wild visit the St. Louis Blues Saturday night (11/3) at 8:00 PM CT at Scottrade Center. (TV: FSN, Radio: 1240 WJON)

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