ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota Wild lost a back-and-forth game to the Winnipeg Jets 4-3 in overtime Saturday night.

Minnesota's Mikael Granlund opened the scoring with his fourth goal of the year giving the Wild a 1-0 lead in the first period.

Winnipeg scored two unanswered goals before Jason Pominville tied the game 2-2 with his eighth goal of the season in the third period.

The Jets once again took the lead, but Thomas Vanek scored a power play goal just 32 seconds later and the game went to overtime, tied 3-3.

Winnipeg's Andrew Ladd scored about three minutes into the extra period to give the Jets the win.

The Wild have now lost five straight games to fall to 16-13-4 on the season.

Minnesota will look to stop their slump as they travel to Winnipeg on Monday for a rematch against the Jets.