Brodziak leads kings of the road

  • Article by: MICHAEL RUSSO , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 11, 2011 - 12:48 AM

The red-hot center's two goals led the Wild to its seventh in a row away from the X, making it the NHL's first 20-win team.

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jocurtis72Dec. 10, 1111:35 PM

Nice job! Keep up the hard work and it pays off. I'd like to see similar play from the Twins and Vikings. If only they had quality management and coaching.

abemntocalDec. 11, 1112:41 AM

I know the first line has the talent, and the second line has the speed, but I love watching the third line and Mr. Brodziak. They play the kind of hockey that was rarely seen from the Wild the last few years. Just working hard and going to the front of the net. It's great to see their work rewarded with goals!

aaronious1Dec. 11, 11 1:18 AM

This is a fun team to watch right now. They're keeping the pace up no matter what, helping each other out and doing the extra work in the corners and against the boards. Keep it up!

wildinwisDec. 11, 11 7:58 AM

Another great game WILD!!!!! Now Wild needs to get #21 signed!!!

kballrdDec. 11, 11 8:26 AM

Love Brodziak!! Does anyone think the Wild will let him walk? Hope not! This guy hustles all the time, has a great attitude, is physical, good hands, the list goes on and on!!

mn218puckfanDec. 11, 11 8:44 AM

It's funny to read the comments this year. Last season when some of us were sticking up for Brodziak, when others wanted him gone, now everybody loves him. Last season I called Havlat: Haveless and people ripped me, anybody want Havlat back now? Didn't think so. I wonder if Doug Wilson is kicking himself in San Jose.

youknowit123Dec. 11, 11 9:01 AM

I love this team and the way they play. It's hard work every night, every period, every shift. Keep it going. Build for big things.

minneg56Dec. 11, 11 9:31 AM

Good to see from the home club. This is the first time in awhile the 'general hockey fan' (not necessarily big Wild fans) have been able to watch the games with a focus on the home club rather than watching the games just to see the opponent!

goalieguruDec. 11, 11 9:44 AM

You know something special is happening in that locker room when your THIRD line center is leading the team in scoring and "would be" key players are injured. I'm looking forward to which player will step up next and carry this team for a while. I have to say, it's a nice view from the top of the mountain!! Keep it rolling boys! Can't wait for Wednesday night. Hawks, VS. Network in town. Suffice it to say, it will be playoff atmoshpere at the X on the 14th!!!!

jdtconlineDec. 11, 1110:01 AM

It should be 'goal' in the singular.


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