Last-place Blue Jackets throttle Wild

  • Article by: MICHAEL RUSSO , Star Tribune
  • Updated: February 8, 2012 - 7:26 AM

Coach Mike Yeo: 'There was too much complacency in our game.'

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pacmannickFeb. 7, 12 8:45 PM

Come back Norm Green all is forgotten

pacmannickFeb. 7, 12 8:46 PM

Minnesota is the state of basketball. Go timberwolves

pacmannickFeb. 7, 12 8:47 PM

Bring back the North Stars

yathinksoFeb. 7, 12 8:48 PM

WOW - Yeo=Richards Fletcher=Risebrough. Can we please get an EXPERIENCED and competent coach and GM instead of hiring rookies all the time. It is showing and the results show it. Sure wish we hired Burke. He seems to have turned around Toronto. And look at the progress the Rangers have made. The Wild had a similar record to the Wild when Fletcher took over. Guess the Rangers GM is just that much better.

siouxchampFeb. 7, 12 8:58 PM

It's time MN dumps the Wild. Only 3 playoffs in 13 years is completely pathetic! I'm tired of a worthless NHL team here. After all 50% of all NHL make the playoffs. Wild fans? Just keep waiting, year after year. This year is no different.

lakneeFeb. 7, 12 9:07 PM

ARRey sez: The Wild played tonight like they were trying to protect Todd Richards' job. Too bad they didn't try that last year.

darntootinFeb. 7, 12 9:30 PM

good stuff, wild.

misternoallFeb. 7, 12 9:32 PM

Some good news in this game tonight, Zids was only a minus 1 and Backstrom was the best player on the ice. The bad news is Seto was again a minus 2, DR never made deals that would involve a player like Seto, a minus 12 on the year! Are you kidding Mister Know it all, that has to be the worst in the whole league

bobo72Feb. 7, 12 9:46 PM

I don't know where we'd be today if Chuck Fletcher hadn't brought in that "up-tempo, puck possession" offense that led Pittsburgh to a Stanley Cup. It's awe-inspiring to see how explosive this team has been under his guidance. I'm expecting him to soon give us a Dougie Risebrough line to fend of any potential criticism: "It's important that fans manage expectations."

sniggleFeb. 7, 12 9:47 PM

As much as I love watching the T-Wolves now, it is so painful watching the Wild! It has been for seems like forever! They never have any offense!


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