PLAYER OF THE GAME: Crawford kept the Blackhawks in the game for the opening 40 minutes with 20 of his 27 stops in regulation.
STAT OF THE NIGHT: Duncan Keith logged an assist on Boqvist's tally to record his 499th career assist.
UP NEXT: The Blackhawks return home to face the Boston Bruins on Wednesday night at the United Center (TICKETS).
Minnesota came strong out of the gate, racing to a 9-0 shot advantage in the opening half of the first frame, but the two teams were deadlocked 0-0 after 20 minutes thanks to 12 saves from Crawford, who was busy early and often.
The Wild struck first early in the second period, keeping in a clearing attempt along the boards and walking to the high slot before putting a wrister on net through traffic that beat a screened Crawford for a 1-0 Minnesota lead at 3:57.
Fiala struck for the second time on the night before the middle frame's end, quickly moving the puck the opposite direction after a turnover at the Blakchawks blue line and splitting the defensemen before beating Crawford with a wrister off the rush at 15:08 for a 2-0 lead.
Chicago got on the board at the 6:23 mark of the third as Boqvist took a cross-ice feed from Keith and ripped a shot towards goal past a David Kampf deflection attempt and behind Alex Stalock's glove to cut the Minnesota lead to 2-1.
Maata tied things up at 16:50 of the third picking up the rebound off the far-side boards after an Erik Gustafsson shot was deflected away in front and quickly fired a shot from the boards that rose above Stalock's shoulder and into the net through traffic to make it a 2-2 game.