- Jesse Rogers, Chicago Cubs beat reporter
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The teams combined for four goals in the middle 20 minutes as the Hawks briefly tied the game, 2-2, before getting down 4-2 and then closing the gap again.
Viktor Stalberg and Patrick Kane tallied for the Hawks in the second, but just after Stalberg’s goal the Wild responded with a Clayton Stoner goal to retake the lead. It was Stoner’s first goal in his 50th game played. Less than a minute after that Kyle Brodziak tallied from the crease giving Minnesota its first two-goal lead of the night until Kane cut the lead back to one.
2nd-period wrap: The Hawks scored twice in the middle period, but still trail.