Author of a goal and an assist during Minnesota’s 3-2 success against the Rangers in New York, the Saint-Gallois continues a magnificent series.
In front of 18,006 spectators who came to Madison Square Garden to pay tribute to legendary Rangers goalkeeper Henrik Lundqvist, whose No. 30 jersey was retired, Kevin Fiala scored at least one point in a 10th game in a row. Voted best player of the game, he scored his 12th goal of the season to allow the Wild to come back to 2-1 in the 33rd before delivering an assist, his 19th of the exercise, for the winning goal of Frederic Gaudreau entered in the 42nd.
Author of 8 goals and 5 assists in his last ten matches, Kevin Fiala is one of the architects of the very beautiful improvement of the Wild, which has postponed seven of its last eight meetings. This new success offers Minnesota, 4th in the Central Division, a comfortable mattress of 9 points on the bar.