No doubt in Detroit: Wild defeats Red Wings 4-2

  • Article by: Michael Russo , Star Tribune
  • Updated: March 21, 2013 - 6:07 AM

Devin Setoguchi’s two goals triggered the Wild’s first victory in regulation at the Red Wings’ rink in seven years.

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wolves1Mar. 20, 1310:15 PM

Fantastic road trip Wild!! This is the team we all have been expecting, fantastic forechecking, no defensive lapses, and rock solid goaltending! Ryan Sutter has proven all tithe early naysayers wrong!! He truly is the 100 million dollar man and team MVP!! Go Wild and let's make a long run in the playoffs!!

hellonameMar. 20, 1311:00 PM

They're heating up...they're on fire! Boomshakalaka!

gumpworsleyMar. 20, 1311:10 PM

nothing better than watching nbc's coverage of pro hockey- they put together the total package. it's a blast watching the wild after the last three years of blah. kudus to fletcher and yeo for a fantastic job of putting this team together

jcinmnMar. 20, 1311:16 PM

There's no time like the present for the team to peak. They might just make it through the first round

zatawayMar. 20, 1311:31 PM

Sure, this wasn't the Red Wings of old, but still, the Wild looked faster and more aggressive in every phase of the game. This game bordered on dominance by the Wild. What's reassuring is that it's not just a few players making this team go - it's every player, every line, every shift - hard work top to bottom combined with some serious talent. If we can carry this toward the playoffs we'll be a tough team to beat.

genericloginMar. 20, 1311:49 PM

Nice to get the Joe Louis monkey off the Wild's back. Maybe the Dallas monkey next? The team is looking great, strong goaltending included. The one negative I see is Heatley. He is a liability out there. He gloved one into the net but the ref saved him from that embarrassment, then made that terrible pass that put the Wings on the board. Great to see the team answer that one right back though! Hopefully Heater can turn it around like so many other guys on the team have.

hellonameMar. 20, 1311:51 PM

They're playing great, don't get me wrong. They doubled us up on shots though. Things are looking great, but there are things to improve

blakediggerMar. 21, 1312:41 AM

hey generic, it wasn't Heatly that made a bad pass, it was spurgoen that blew it. he should have backed off and made ready to defend rather than try to pinch the zone , he was caught flat footed and the detroits forward blew right by him.

marcus100254Mar. 21, 13 2:10 AM

Respect de' Yeo-mon!!!

olson123456Mar. 21, 13 6:42 AM

Let's kick some Dallas buttinski next week. Twice!


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