Wild defeats Predators 2-1 on Cullen's shootout goal

  • Article by: MICHAEL RUSSO , Star Tribune
  • Updated: March 10, 2013 - 11:37 PM

NASHVILLE – The good news for Ryan Suter is the Wild made its only trip to Nashville this season. The bad news is he’s got 12 more years of what he experienced Saturday night.

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jschlechtMar. 9, 1311:05 PM

Stay classy Nashville.

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tonkadogMar. 9, 1311:41 PM

Why boo? The dude got paid. Boo your own owner instead.

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benstarkMar. 10, 1312:11 AM

Good game by Backs. Really the whole team played at least decent, I can't think of someone who looked lacking. Even Falk finally looked physical. I watched part of the game on a stream of the Nashville telecast and they were talking about how physical he was. I generally prefer Prosser, but if he keeps this up, I'm happy with Falk staying.

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lars471Mar. 10, 1312:22 AM

This team will do nothing major with Falk & Stoner in the line-up - they can only wrap it around the boards, pound it up the galss, give zero offense & don't provide the hitting or skating at all. Scudella should be playing but it is a #'s game & these two slugs would have to pass waivers so we are not putting our best line-up on the ice at the back-end - this doesn't sit well with me & I'm sure I'm not the only one!

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benstarkMar. 10, 1312:24 AM

It's Scandella, not Scudella, and he's no better than either of them.

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lindy_frank123Mar. 10, 13 1:04 AM

Look fans sports is a business. Do you really think they owe you loyalty? Think again. I've worked with a few companies and employees who had no more loyalty to me than the man in the moon. If they/management loved him so much and valued him so much, they would have never let him walk. And now these fans TURN ON HIM. Well, let it run right off you back Suter. I'm with you bro...it's a dog eat dog world and you owe to you and no one else.

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mrblueskyMar. 10, 13 5:30 AM

Wild looked good last night. Cant wait for Brodz to start getting some breaks and scoring! I thought we were beatin physically though. We didnt give up and earned that two points. Now lets put a whoopin on the Knuckleheads. Oh, stay classy Nashville!

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bakkenshaleMar. 10, 13 6:35 AM

Coyle is the real deal

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MKIAhockey130johnMar. 10, 13 8:13 AM

Public service announcement, Nashville played the night before and won 6 to nothing against Edmonton, before that they lost 7 of 10 so they were not playing winning hockey with any consistency going into last nights contest. With that Recipe any team in the NHL should have beat Nashville and I would have laid the mythical honeybee. The Wild spend 15 million dollars more on payroll compared to the Preds, that fact on top of the horrible circumstances Nashville were playing with last night should have lead to a real win and not the fake one the Wild got. @ Bluesky, I would like to meet you in person someday as you are an unusually positive individual, the sky is always blue in your world, I would like to know that recipe ! Keep up the good work

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louie73Mar. 10, 13 9:03 AM

Boring hockey thats my take

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