If Wild's Cullen misses, he'll hear from the missus

  • Article by: MICHAEL RUSSO , Star Tribune
  • Updated: September 27, 2011 - 11:40 PM

The Wild's Matt Cullen is ready to rebound from a tough 2010-11 season, and he's sure to receive "encouragement'' from his wife Bridget.

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tackfanSep. 27, 11 9:23 PM

This guy and his family are class acts and we are lucky he signed here. I wish I had a million dollars so I could donate it to his charity. Cullys kids.... www.cullyskids.com

youknowit123Sep. 28, 1112:43 AM

Cully - its just good to have you home. We will start winning again. Dumping Havlat was a great move by Fletch. But picking up Setoguchi was huge. Losing Burnsy will be tough but we can make it back to the playoffs this season. Let's get this party started.

mnfoxfan64Sep. 28, 1111:49 AM

Cullen is the man. He's a total class act and very talented to boot. It's awesome to have him playing for the hometeam!

doughboy12Sep. 28, 11 1:00 PM

This team is at it's best when they play sound hockey and quit with the fancy passing all the time in all situations. I hope they pull it together for more than a couple of weeks this year...Call me if it is safe to watch again.

mgalaforetSep. 28, 11 1:49 PM

Just like Bridget, the fans will fidget, if Cullen's level of play, does not match his level of pay!

gseabergSep. 28, 11 2:59 PM

Leave it to a Husky to get pushed around by a Maverick!

randdlottSep. 28, 11 4:10 PM

Cully was an "average" player last year. We all know he can play better and this is the year to prove it. Great guy on and off the ice but he needs to step it up this season.

danderson1966Sep. 30, 11 7:37 PM

Face it, this guy Is mediocre just like the rest of the Wild. As long as they keep getting sell outs or near sell outs nothing will change. Mirror image of the Twins.

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