The Minnesota Wild won a game in highly improbable fashion on Saturday night against the Los Angeles Kings.

It appeared that the Kings would take a two-goal lead in the final 40 seconds of regulation on an empty-netter, but their shot hit the post.

That kept Minnesota alive, and in a chaotic sequence, Ryan Suter amazingly tied the game 3-3 with 00.3 seconds remaining in regulation.

The Wild took advantage of their shocking opportunity in the final seconds of overtime, when Kirill Kaprizov found Marcus Johansson for the game-winner.

Minnesota and Los Angeles also played each other on Thursday, with the Wild winning that game 4-3 in overtime too.

[Fox Sports North]

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