The Wild led 5-1 in the third period before the Stars roared back to force the extra session. Mats Zuccarello, Kirill Kaprizov and Frederick Gaudreau scored for the Wild in the shootout, with Gaudreau's finish standing up as the clincher.
Morgan Barron and Mark Scheifele scored a pair of quick goals in the third period and the Winnipeg Jets beat the Anaheim Ducks 5-2 on Sunday.
Matt Martin, Zach Parise and Brock Nelson scored second-period goals and Semyon Varlamov made 21 saves as the New York Islanders downed the Chicago Blackhawks 3-0 on Sunday night.
In a 4-3 loss that showcased how much the Wild are still figuring out what kind of team they are, a new face with an exciting pedigree offered some fun for the fans.
The Minnesota Wild wanted to remind everyone that they were a playoff team last year. They reminded everyone that they were a terrible playoff team last year.
Plans for this season sound an awful lot like GM Bill Guerin's need to extricate the Wild from the albatross buyouts of Zach Parise and Ryan Suter while remaining relevant.
Frederick Gaudreau scored the shootout winner for the Wild after they lost a four-goal lead.
Kirill Kaprizov scored late in regulation to force overtime, then again in the shootout to give the Wild two points in Saturday's matinee and a season-high three-game win streak.
Kirill Kaprizov stretched his run to 18 points in the past 11 games as the Wild defeated Anaheim, but Joel Eriksson Ek chipped in with a goal and an outstanding all-around performance.
Matt Boldy scored the decisive goal in the Wild's shootout victory.
The first in a four-game road trip will pit the Wild against Jason Robertson and his 17-game point streak.
The team has shown positive signs offensively as it tries to win three in a row for the first time this season.
Forward Joseph Cramarossa, who has one goal in four NHL games this season, was brought back up as the Wild prepare to play host to the Anaheim Ducks.
Both teams have 11 wins through 22 games. Are either — or both — on a path to make the playoffs?
The Oilers' duo of Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl lived up to the hype, trading passes for goals in a showcase of skill But that wasn't enough to beat Kirill Kaprizov and the Wild.
A quick look back at Thursday night's action at the X.