Overtime goal stops Wild's skid

  • Article by: MICHAEL RUSSO
  • Updated: February 10, 2013 - 12:10 AM

Scoreless previously, Devin Setoguchi scored the winner with 38 seconds left.

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eighteenkFeb. 9, 1310:15 PM

Headline should read" Ref hands Wild a victory."

caferevFeb. 10, 1312:10 AM

Finally played a good game. Nice possession hockey much of the time, great tenacity, actually took shots and looked hungry...Now, dump those stupid red sweaters once and for all, along with all their nasty karma from the LeMaire and Richards prevent offense years, and go permanently with those beautiful green sweaters, in which we are now 3-0! I hate those red things. What do they have to do with the "wilderness"? They're just a symbol of all the futility and low-scoring years.

lehun14Feb. 10, 1312:22 AM

They could wear pajamas for all I care....as long as they keep on winning.

jimiekFeb. 10, 1312:35 AM

Go back to the green and gold---also, change the name back to the North Star and dare the league to sue us---we would win. God, I miss the North Stars and Al Shaver.

twinsfanwy1Feb. 10, 1312:38 AM

Yeo needs to keep Setoguchi with Heatley. They're working well together. Sutter has also made a positive difference. He and Brodin are being more aggressive. The passing is crisper and we're getting more shots on goal. I could see the start of this in the dismal defeat vs Vancouver. The Wild have a prety good team this year. Let's hope tonight is the start of a long winning streak Go Wild!

russterusFeb. 10, 1312:43 AM

It was good to see the team play with sustained effort. They had lots of scoring opportunities and hustled all three periods and overtime. I think they are still a bit snakebit scoring, but lots of good chances that will eventually go in. I read a lot of comments about getting rid of this player, or firing the coach, or the whole organization. That is ridiculous. This is a team that is in transition. New players coming in, a horde of young talent making its way up. There will be rough spots. I never thought they were ready to be Stanley Cup contenders this year. I think they have a shot at the playoffs, and that is a good goal and a step up from the last few seasons. With the younger players coming up, getting to top echelon status is probably a couple of years away, but for the first time in years, I think there is light at the end of that tunnel. I at least am willing to hang in there with them, knowing the path to success will be a bit bumpy.

lindy_frank123Feb. 10, 13 1:56 AM

@caferev...I can't believe someone else hates those red things too. Yeh I'm an artist...and red and green too much like Christmas...and I hear everyone that follows hockey "rave" about the Wild logo. Really? I think it sucks. Come up with something else...maybe a lumberjack chopping down trees with a hockey stick in a forest. That's more wild.

nsjohn130Feb. 10, 13 3:20 AM

@Eighteenk- Incorrect. It should have read "Refs try handing game to Preds, but after exhaustion of PP's handed it to the Wild"

mrblueskyFeb. 10, 13 5:42 AM

Way to go boyz! Fun game to watch!

brianhohlenFeb. 10, 13 6:39 AM

Considering Setogucci got 4 minutes for Weber lifting Setogucci's stick into Hannan's face, I'm tired of hearing about the OT penalty. Both were BS calls but the Wild scored on their opportunity and the Preds didn't.


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