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St. Paul, MN (SportsNetwork.com) - Loui Eriksson scored the game-winning goal 1:30 into overtime to lead the Boston Bruins to a 3-2 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Wednesday. Zdeno Chara flung the puck around the boards off a faceoff win, Carl Soderberg tracked it down and Eriksson deposited Soderbergs cross-crease pass into a wide-open net for the deciding marker. Soderberg finished with a goal and an assist, Patrice Bergeron also lit the lamp and Niklas Svedberg made 35 saves for the Bruins, who ended a three-game skid. Bruins forward David Krejci made his return to the lineup after missing 11 straight games and 17 of the last 19 with a groin injury. He registered one shot in 18:22 of ice time. Kyle Brodziak and Jason Pominville both supplied offense for the Wild, who have lost consecutive games for the first time in over a month. Niklas Backstrom stopped 22 pucks in defeat. Two players playing in their 700th career game combined on the game-tying goal for the Wild. Svedberg fought off Ryan Suters shot from the left point, but Suter followed the rebound and his shot went off Pominvilles skate in front for a 2-2 contest with 8:21 remaining. The Bruins went on the power play with 2:28 to play after Brett Sutter leveled Craig Cunningham away from the play for an interference minor, but the Wild killed it off and the game went to overtime. Boston needed just 5:06 to start the scoring as Soderbergs strong effort in front beat Backstrom. Just 27 seconds later, Brodziak emerged from the left boards, slipped the puck through Gregory Campbells skates and ripped a wrister over the shoulder of Svedberg from the circle for a tied game. Bergeron was tightly marked by a defender along the right boards, but released a knuckler that fooled Svedberg for a 2-1 lead with 2:05 remaining in the opening stanza. In the second, Minnesota embarked on a 5-on-3 power play for over a minute after Kevan Miller tripped Zach Parise 48 seconds after a Bergeron hooking call, but the Bruins defense stood tall as they killed off both infractions to maintain the lead. Both teams had quality chances in the middle stages of the third. Wild defenseman Jared Spurgeons blast rang off the crossbar with 11:07 left and the Bruins jammed the puck past Backstrom less than a minute later, but it was ruled no goal because Backstrom had it covered and was pushed over the goal line. Game Notes The Bruins won the second game of back-to-back contests for the first time this season. They were 0-5-0 in those instances prior to the win ... It was Bostons third straight game decided beyond regulation ... Wild forward Justin Fontaine recorded a game-high six shots on goal. Cheap Nike Air Max 1 Trainers All Red . -- Challenged for the first time under Major League Baseballs expanded replay system, umpires got it right. 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Its a tried-and-true formula for the Miami Heat. LeBron James scored 25 points, Chris Bosh added 24 and the Heat beat the winless Washington Wizards 103-93 on Sunday night to snap a rare two-game slide. Dwyane Wade scored 20 points for Miami, which hasnt dropped three straight regular-season games since Jan. 10-13, 2012. The Heat (2-2) had 32 assists on 37 field goals, including on all nine of their baskets in the third quarter. "Thats what we do," James said. "We understand that its easy for everyone when we move the ball, share the ball and we play like that." Including playoffs, the Heat are now 100 games over .500 at home since the start of the 2010-11 season -- 127-27. And when collecting at least 25 assists in the Big Three era, they are 58-5. Of the 10 Heat players who played, nine scored, nine got at least one assist and all 10 grabbed at least one rebound. "The intensity was better and the consistent ball movement was better than its been," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. Bradley Beal scored 19 points for the Wizards. Marcin Gortat finished with 15 points and 11 rebounds for Washington (0-3), which shot 43 per cent and allowed the Heat to convert 21 turnovers into 25 points. "I thought we battled well," Beal said. "We still had a few breakdowns on defence and didnt make a lot of shots on offence. But we did a great job moving the ball. We just have to knock down shots and limit our turnovers as much as possible." Miamis last three-game slide was against Boston in the 2012 Eastern Conference finals, a series the Heat won in seven games. With two defeats in three games to open this season, Sunday marked only the second time since James, Bosh and Wade teamed up that they took the court with a losing regular-season record. The other was after their first game together in October 2010. "You can feel it, and its special when it happens," Wade said of having so many assists as a team. "It just makes the game so much easier." Washingtons Trevor Ariza got hot to start the fourth, as the Wizards turned what looked like a runaway into a game again. Ariza missed all eight of his shots in the first three quarters, thenn had four baskets -- three of them 3-pointers -- in the first 4:48 of the final period as the Wizards got within 91-80.dddddddddddd That got the Heat to take a timeout, and got James back into the game. The Wizards kept chipping away, with Beal scoring and getting fouled with 41.3 seconds left to get his team within 100-93. Beal missed the free throw, it stayed a three-possession game, and the Wizards let 15 seconds run off the ensuing Miami possession before fouling Bosh. By then, the outcome was clear. Mario Chalmers had eight assists for the Heat. Ariza and Martell Webster each scored 13 points for Washington, which got 11 points and nine assists from John Wall. "This is how weve got to play," Wizards coach Randy Wittman said. "Nobody wants to lose but I thought we took a good step in the right direction." Before the game, Spoelstra said the early struggles this season were simply a matter of Miami not clicking at times. That wasnt an issue Sunday. James got it going early for Miami, scoring 14 points in the first quarter and connecting on all three of his 3-point tries in that period. All five Miami starters got into the scoring act early, and the bench added 12 points in the second quarter as the Heat extended the lead. About all the Heat could really complain about in this one was the opening minutes, in which they found themselves in a 9-2 deficit, continuing a trend of falling behind early. Miami trailed 9-2 against Chicago at home in the season-opener, then 19-0 (and 26-4) at Philadelphia, then 11-3 at Brooklyn. Sundays deficit didnt last long. 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