“We had lots of scoring chances, just didn’t seem to finish,” Assistant General Manager Brent Flahr said. "Some chances in overtime, a couple of goalposts, the puck just didn’t go in. But they played hard. Dallas has a good group of kids here. It was a fun game to watch.”
“The 3-on-3 was really exciting,” Flahr said. “The shootout, I wish it would have went better, but it was a lot of fun. It was an entertaining game, that’s for sure.”
“We’ve had some young guys here that have played a lot of minutes and played in a lot of situations that they’re not used to,” Flahr said. “We’ve hung in there every game and played well. It’s just a matter of scoring on some of our chances.”
Once again, Flahr pinpointed some of his stars of the game including defenseman Corbin Baldwin, and tryout forwards Carter Sandlak and Oliver Archambault who each put a two and three shots on goal respectively.
The Wild will play in the 7th place game Monday at 2:30 p.m. (opponent TBD --either Rangers or Blue Jackets).