The person least concerned about Rick Nash's scoring slumps, it always seems, is Nash himself.

Nash snapped his streak of 11 games without a goal - tied for the longest drought of his career - in a big way yesterday. With two goals and two assists in a 5-4 overtime win over the Minnesota Wild, he had his fourth career four-point game, matching a career high.

"Lately I've had a lot of chances and it hasn't been going in," Nash said. "I didn't do anything different today."

Nash hadn't scored since Feb. 22 despite putting 43 shots on goal. But that ended at 9:02 of the first period when Derek Dorsett spotted Nash open in the slot for a wrist shot that beat Wild goaltender Niklas Backstrom.

It was Nash's 30th goal of the season, the fourth straight season and sixth time in eight NHL seasons that he has reached 30.

"I don't feel like I've been gripping my stick tight, but it's definitely nice to score a goal and help out the team," Nash said. "And it was great to get it in the first period and just let it go from there."