Wild ends hex in Texas

  • Article by: MICHAEL RUSSO , Star Tribune
  • Updated: March 26, 2013 - 12:54 AM

Zach Parise had two goals as Minnesota beat the Stars in Dallas for the first time since 2003.

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hockey9592Mar. 25, 1310:34 PM

Only caught the last 10 minutes but it is nice to know the Wild can compete in a high-scoring affair. Scoring 7 goals? Never would have imaged it back in February. This team has come a long way. Go Wild!

jphaunMar. 25, 1310:35 PM

Certainly not a pretty win but winning on the road and in Dallas is impressive. Some sketchy play by the fourth line but otherwise, the team really responded to adversity. The way the first line kept driving to the front of the net was fun to watch.

jakemckayMar. 25, 1310:41 PM

SEVEN GOALS!!! Way to go you guys...never had a doubt that you could do this!!! Enjoy this great win and keep it going!!

zatawayMar. 25, 1310:41 PM

How can you not be excited if you're a Wild fan??!! Parise and Suter earning every penny and the rest of the guys are following suit and playing their hearts out. It's not always pretty, but man this team is playing hard. Keep rolling men!

sgjsdadMar. 25, 1310:46 PM

A defensively challenged game. Now THAT was Old-Time Hockey, folks. Loved it. SIX IN A ROW, FELLAS!! Time to get excited. The Wild are on a big-time roll. Last three road games, three demons exorcised. Not too bad! My only complaint about tonight's game was the play and antics of one Mike Rupp late in the 3rd. He committed the turnover that allowed Dallas to tie the game 4-4 and then takes 14 minutes in penalties. Maybe he needs to watch the Phoenix game from the press box.

wisstinks4Mar. 25, 1310:56 PM

Payback is a kick in the groin. Norm Green. Hey Dallas, too bad you stole our team with a loser/ coward for an owner. Good to see the Wild light the lamp often in the 3rd period. Nice shorty by Clutterbuck and Brodziak. Game winner. Wild 6 wins in a row and the #6 team in the NHL. I believe they can be even better and challenge the top 1-2 teams, Chicago, Pitt, Anaheim. Here we come NHL.

lindy_frank123Mar. 25, 1311:06 PM

As I said when the were finding it rough early in the season and couldn't buy a goal. Move to the net and crash the net. Well, see what happens when you crash the net. Keep the practice up you'll need to be doing it in the playoffs. 7 goals. Wow...

lindy_frank123Mar. 25, 1311:13 PM

@wisstinks4...give it up bud...it was a long time ago..history...Norm is nolonger around and don't blame the people of Dallas or the players...he moved them team they didn't STEAL our hockey team...and really they have the better nickname...whoever came up with Wild was an idiot...doesn't mean I'm not a fan...just hate the name, the red jerseys/I'm an artist and that's just bad graphics and that gawdawful song they play when they score a goal...other than that I"m happy....

JRBMar. 25, 1311:15 PM

Now that the Gopher women's bandwagon has reached its destination maybe I'll jump on the Wild's! Seriously, this team is showing more potential to go far in the playoffs since...I can't remember when.

caferevMar. 26, 1312:00 AM

With the Wild's six in a row and Anahiem's sudden collapse (to the team most prognosticators envisioned at season's start) the #2 seed is suddenly within reach. Can we dream?


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