Min 1 0 3 4
Pho 0 1 0 1
Date of game: 1/9/2014
Game Log
Period 3 18:48
Minnesota Empty Net Goal - Justin Fontaine (11), from Kyle Brodziak and Nino Niederreiter at 18:48.

Period 3 7:56
Minnesota Power-Play Goal - Justin Fontaine (10), from Jason Pominville and Nino Niederreiter at 7:56.

Period 3 7:56
Minnesota Power-Play Goal - Justin Fontaine (10), from Jason Pominville and Nino Niederreiter at 7:56.

Period 3 3:21
Minnesota Goal - Kyle Brodziak (4), from Matt Cooke and Marco Scandella at 3:21.

Period 3 3:21
Minnesota Goal - Kyle Brodziak (4), from Matt Cooke and Marco Scandella at 3:21.

Period 2 2:04
Phoenix Power-Play Goal - Mikkel Boedker (14), from Shane Doan and Michael Stone at 2:04.

Period 3
VISITOR SHOTS 7 8 13 - 28 GOALTENDER Niklas Backstrom, Darcy Kuemper HOME SHOTS 15 13 12 - 40 GOALTENDER Thomas Greiss, Mike Smith REFEREE Jean Hebert, Don VanMassenhoven *** First Period Scoring Summary *** - Minnesota Goal - Justin Fontaine (9), from Matt Cooke at 18:41. - *** Second Period Scoring Summary *** - Phoenix Power-Play Goal - Mikkel Boedker (14), from Shane Doan and Michael Stone - *** Third Period Scoring Summary *** - Minnesota Goal - Kyle Brodziak (4), from Matt Cooke and Marco Scandella at 3:21. Minnesota Power-Play Goal - Justin Fontaine (10), from Jason Pominville and Nino Minnesota Empty Net Goal - Justin Fontaine (11), from Kyle Brodziak and Nino Nie - Attendance: -

Period 3
Shot blocked by Jeff Halpern.

Period 3
Shot blocked by Derek Morris.

Period 3
Torrey Mitchell wrist shot is wide.

Period 3
Michael Stone slap shot on Niklas Backstrom.

Period 3
Minnesota Empty Net Goal - Justin Fontaine (11), at 18:48.

Period 3
Derek Morris shot on Niklas Backstrom.

Period 3
Shot blocked by Michael Stone.

Period 3
David Moss tip-in shot is wide.

Period 3
Jason Pominville slap shot is wide.

Period 3
Jonas Brodin wrist shot on Mike Smith.

Period 3
Oliver Ekman-Larsson wrist shot on Niklas Backstrom.

Period 3
Shot blocked by Torrey Mitchell.

Period 3
Keith Yandle slap shot on Niklas Backstrom.

Period 3
Oliver Ekman-Larsson slap shot on Niklas Backstrom.

Period 3
Shane Doan shot blocked by Jason Zucker.

Period 3
Shane Doan wrist shot on Niklas Backstrom.

Period 3
Oliver Ekman-Larsson shot blocked by Dany Heatley.

Period 3
Shane Doan slap shot on Niklas Backstrom.

Period 3
Keith Yandle shot blocked by Torrey Mitchell.

Period 3
Keith Yandle wrist shot on Niklas Backstrom.

Period 3
Clayton Stoner wrist shot on Mike Smith.

Period 3
Jonathon Blum wrist shot on Mike Smith.

Period 3
Dany Heatley slap shot on Mike Smith.

Period 3
Minnesota Power-Play Goal - Justin Fontaine (10), at 7:56.

Period 3
Jonathon Blum slap shot is wide.

Period 3
Ryan Suter shot on Mike Smith.

Period 3
Derek Morris wrist shot on Niklas Backstrom.

Period 3
Jonas Brodin wrist shot on Mike Smith.

Period 3
Erik Haula wrist shot is wide.

Period 3
Jonas Brodin wrist shot.

Period 3
Marco Scandella shot on Mike Smith.

Period 3
David Moss tip-in shot on Niklas Backstrom.

Period 2 2:04
Phoenix Power-Play Goal - Mikkel Boedker (14), from Shane Doan and Michael Stone at 2:04.

Period 1 18:41
Minnesota Goal - Justin Fontaine (9), from Matt Cooke at 18:41.

Period 1 18:41
Minnesota Goal - Justin Fontaine (9), from Matt Cooke at 18:41.

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