The Winnipeg Goldeyes won a wild game in St. Luke Witkowski Jersey . Paul, MN on Tuesday night. The Goldeyes (60-34) were able to take the extra inning four-hour marathon 10-6 over the St. Paul Saints (47-46) in front of 6,009 fans at Midway Stadium. The win gives the Goldeyes 60 on the season, which ties a franchise record for the most in a season. Goldeyes five-year Catcher Luis Alen was also able to break a franchise record of his own, as he hit is 124th and 125th career doubles. The recording setting double (124) came in the scoreless second inning. The Goldeyes didnt take long to open up a lead in the game. They got four hits in the first inning that led to three runs in the frame. Jake Blackwood got on base with a single, and then was advanced by Tyler Kuhn, who hit a double. Blackwood would come around to score on a single from Casey Haerther. Kuhn would come home on a wild pitch, and Haerther would score on an error by the Saints first baseman. The Saints would muster a response in the bottom of the first as their lead off batter Mitch Elliott got on base on a walk and then was brought home on a Vince DiFazio RBI single. The two teams starting pitchers would put up zeros for four straight innings before the Goldeyes were able to add to their lead. Alen got on base with a single to lead off the top of the sixth before being driven in by Blackwood. Again the Saints would respond in the bottom half of the same inning. They would score two runs on four hits to bring themselves within one run of the Fish. Going into the bottom of the ninth the Goldeyes still held that one run lead. The Saints were able to squeak out a run though to tie the game and send it to extras. In the tenth, both teams were able to gain one run in their half of the inning, which squared up the score at five and pushed the game to the eleventh. After neither team was able to put up a run in the eleventh the game went to the twelfth where the Goldeyes took their third and final lead of the night. They managed to double their score on five hits in the top of the inning. In the bottom half of the frame, the Saints got one run back after loading the bases, but werent able to overcome the five-run deficit. Barry Fowler, who came in and pitched the eleventh and twelfth innings for the Goldeyes earned the win. Saints pitcher, Drew Ghelfi was charged with the loss. The Goldeyes and Saints will play game two of this three-game series on Wednesday night at 7 p.m. The Fish will send Ryan Bollinger to the mound to face the Saints starter Justin Klipp. The two teams will then wrap up the series on Thursday, a game that marks the Saints last ever at Midway Stadium, as they are set to move to a new downtown ballpark next season. Tyler Bertuzzi Jersey . He was still a kid, going into his senior year of high school. 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He earlier thought he had the winning goal with 33 seconds left in regulation. However, it was waved off and replays clearly showed the puck never crossed the line. It was just one of many brilliant saves made by Mike Smith, who stopped 48 shots through overtime. Sharks goalie Antti Niemi made 28 saves. Radim Vrbata also scored in the shootout for Phoenix. Phoenix peppered Niemi with seven shots during the 5-minute overtime, with Niemi coming up big. The Sharks had some chances but did not get a shot on goal. The Coyotes scored just 36 seconds into the game. Rob Klinkhammer picked up a loose puck along the boards near the blue line and fed Vermette, who beat Niemi to the far post. Pavelskis goal came just over a minute into the second period, tying the sscore at 1. Henrik Zetterberg Jersey. Tommy Wingels won a scrum in the Sharks zone and sent it up the ice to Matthew Nieto, who missed the previous two games with an injury. Pavelski took the pass and skated in, looked off Smith and found an opening to the near side. The Sharks took a 2-1 lead with a power-play goal four minutes later. Pavelskis shot was blocked and the Coyotes couldnt clear it and Thornton kicked it back out to Pavelski, who found Boyle on the left side. Boyle put it into the upper far corner. Boedker took a pass from Derek Morris midway through the second period and slipped it along the ice to the far side to tie the score at 2. NOTES: Sharks C Joe Thornton recorded his 800th career assist on Boyles goal. ... Coyotes C Mike Ribeiro played in his 800th career game. ... Boedker ended a three-game scoreless streak. ... Vermette has scored goals in consecutive games. He did not record a point in his previous four. ... Morris has recorded points in eight of his last 11 games. ... The Coyotes are outscoring their opponents 22-15 in the second period. ... Pavelski has scored goals in three straight. ... 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