The Chicago Blackhawks out-shot the Minnesota Wild 16-12 in the second period and hold a 26-21 edge overall, but it's MInnesota with the lead on the scoreboard, 4-3.
Devin Setoguchi struck first with his 19th goal of the season for Minnesota, and Patrick Sharp answered shortly thereafter to knot the score at one midway through the opening period. Dany Heatley got the lead back for the Wild later in the period, but Chicago was once again able to rally.
Viktor Stalberg scored about five-and-a-half minutes into the second period to tie the game up at two, but the Wild responded with two goals to extend the lead to 4-2. Patrick Kane's 22nd goal of the season brought the Blackhawks back to within one as they head to the third period.
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