ST. PAUL, Minn. — Matt Dumba scored with 0.3 seconds remaining in overtime to give the Minnesota Wild their sixth straight win, 4-3 against the Los Angeles Kings at Xcel Energy Center on Saturday.
Kaapo Kahkonen made 25 saves for his fifth consecutive win for Minnesota (12-6-0), which has its longest winning streak since a 12-game streak, the longest in its history, from Dec. 4-29, 2016.
Calvin Petersen made 38 saves for Los Angeles (9-7-4), which scored three unanswered goals to tie the game. The Kings lost 3-1 here Friday in the opener of the two-game set.
Joel Eriksson Ek gave the Wild a 1-0 lead at 14:17 of the first period.
Nico Sturm made it 2-0 at the left post off a backhand feed from Nick Bjugstad at 17:25.
Kirill Kaprizov one-timed a loose puck to make it 3-0 at 1:22 of the second period.
Drew Doughty scored from the left face-off circle on the power play to cut it to 3-1 at 2:51.
Jared Spurgeon‘s power-play goal at 6:20 was overturned on a coach’s challenge by Los Angeles when video review determined there was goaltender interference.
Austin Wagner scored on a breakaway to pull the Kings within 3-2 at 11:41.
Adrian Kempe tied it 3-3 on the power play at 17:15 of the third period.