Wild notes: Heatley finally gets first goal of the season

  • Article by: Michael Russo , Star Tribune
  • Updated: October 25, 2013 - 12:27 AM

 

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daveyleeOct. 25, 1312:28 AM

Good thing it was Heatley on the ice for that goal. If it had been Koivu or Granlund they would have missed the net! Makes you wonder if maybe the nets are wider and taller in Finland, doesn't it?

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sage62Oct. 25, 13 7:05 AM

We not only need goals from Heater; we need effort as well.

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mrblueskyOct. 25, 13 7:07 AM

Dont know what is up with Heater, I was cheering all night for him to score, somehow! Open net will work. This guy used to be a sharp shooter, which is what we need. Come on Dany, get your game going, we need you to be successful this year!

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jphaunOct. 25, 13 9:43 AM

Heatley now has a higher shooting percentage than the Captain. Watch the first line production take off when Coyle's return allows Yeo to slide the Captain to the second line.

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strib1991Oct. 25, 13 2:36 PM

HAH!! Yes! He FINALLY scored.... on an EMPTY NET!!! Any one of them could've done THAT. Heatley needs to retire and let his spot open up for a younger, productive player.

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elmore1Oct. 25, 13 6:10 PM

Heater was awesome when he was younger. He ought to do what Brett Hull did, he admitted that the game was too fast for him and graciously retired.

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