NEW YORK — Shea Weber was happy to see his puck found its way into the net, and the Minnesota Wild’s Nathan Beulieu also got the puck into the back of the net.
Weber, who has three goals and four assists in his past six games, made it a 2-1 score for the Wild with 3:03 left in the third period.
The Wild, who lost their fifth straight game Saturday, had a 4-2 lead entering the final period and scored two goals on the power play in the final two minutes.
Weber took a puck from teammate Matt Dumba and buried it past Devils goaltender Cory Schneider, who was whistled for a high-sticking penalty.
The goal tied it 1-1 after defenseman Niklas Kronwall redirected a pass from Beulievo to Wild forward Kevin Hayes.
Weber had the puck behind Devils defenseman Ivan Provorov, who got tangled up with Beulier and Beulie’s shot went off his stick.
“That’s what hockey is all about,” Weber said.
“If I see it, I’ll score.
You see a shot go in, you’re like, ‘That’s crazy!’
If you don’t see it I score.”
Beulies first goal since Jan. 22.
Weber has eight points (three goals, four assists) in his last 11 games.
He has two goals in his previous six games.
Wild defenseman Andrej Meszaros was ejected for a hit on Ducks forward Ryan Getzlaf in the first period of Saturday’s game.
He received a minor penalty and a game misconduct.
He was assessed a game-high eight penalty minutes for cross-checking.
The Stars, who have lost four straight, led 1-0 when Beuliel went for the rebound in the middle of the offensive zone.
He fed Beuliu and scored from the point.
The puck was caught by Sharks defenseman Brent Burns and was recovered by Devils goaltender Antti Raanta.
The Devils tied the game at 2-2 in the second period when Beelievo took a shot from the top of the right circle.
The shot hit Devils goalie Cory Schneider and went in off his glove and into the top corner of the goal for his 10th goal of the season.
“I’m just trying to keep playing,” Beuliet said.
He finished with four shots on goal.
“It’s just been a very, very, good start for me.
I thought it was just the right thing to do.”
The Wild’s 5-1-0 start was their first since Jan, 21.
“We’re obviously not a team that’s going to win many games, but that’s what we’re looking for,” coach Bruce Boudreau said.