Loui Eriksson’s overtime winner helped the Boston Bruins snap a three-game skid with a 3-2 win over the Minnesota Wild Wednesday night.
With the goal, Eriksson joined some exclusive company.
Carl Soderberg and Kyle Brodziak exchanged first period goals 27 seconds apart.
Patrice Bergeron had the Bruins’ other goal while Jason Pominville tied the game 2-2 at 11:39 of the third.
Minnesota has now lost two straight and three of four.
Niklas Svedberg made 35 saves in the win while Niklas Backstrom stopped 22 shots in a losing cause.