Minnesota rallied on a Jason Zucker goal late in the third period and a Zach Parise power-play goal in overtime for a comeback win in front of 18,703 Tuesday, Feb. 26, at the Xcel Energy Center.

The Wild started slowly, getting just one shot on goal in the first 10 minutes and falling behind when Alex Tanguay scored seven seconds into a Calgary power play after 10:18 of the first period. It stayed that way through two periods.

Zucker scored to tie it up after 15:41 of the third period, and the Wild got the winner from Parise 27 seconds into overtime.

MEANING: After losing 3-1 in Calgary on Saturday, the Wild led the Flames by just one point and needed a win to stay ahead of them in the Northwest Division.

ETC.: Minnesota's opponent scored first for the 12th time in 18 games.

-- Bruce Brothers

UP NEXT: at Coyotes, 8 p.m. Thursday, FSN, KFXN-FM 100.3