CALGARY, Alberta, Dec. 6 (UPI) -- Jarome Iginla's goal with 23 seconds left Friday night gave Calgary a 2-1 victory over Minnesota.
After an attempt by Minnesota to fire the puck down the ice for a line change was knocked down at center ice, Oleg Saprykin blazed into the Wild zone and fired a shot from the left circle.
Minnesota goaltender Manny Fernandez played the puck as well as he could, coming out of the crease to cut off Saprykin's shooting angles.
But the shot bounced off his shoulder and as Iginla crashed toward the crease, he was right there to put the puck into the empty net for his fourth goal in three games.
Shean Donovan tied the game for Calgary 1:43 into the third period, scoring on a backhand as he was hauled to the ice by Minnesota center Darby Hendrickson.
Calgary won its third straight.