Parise shines, Wild picks up a big road win in Anaheim

  • Article by: Joseph D'Hippolito , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 29, 2014 - 3:21 PM

Zach Parise had a goal and two assists and Darcy Kuemper made 31 saves, handing league-leading Anaheim a rare home loss.

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dwoodbecJan. 28, 1411:52 PM

mgal - Parise just knocked down one of your compaints, what will you rant about for the next 999 posts?

HuskyHomer21Jan. 28, 1411:53 PM

Hey! Mgala! My old eyes might be failing me, but I believe that was what they call an even-strength goal ON THE ROAD by your guy, ZP! What's the new gripe gonna be? Maybe our buddies at the Strib should set up a reader's poll!

cntrygntlmnJan. 28, 1411:54 PM

That was, hands down, the most entertaining Wild game I've ever watched! Such flow and so many opportunities!

sgjsdadJan. 28, 1411:54 PM

Outstanding effort by the Wild. Until the final 7 mins when the Ducks were in desperation mode the Wild took it to them all game. Then they stood up and played solid team defense and road hockey and kept the Ducks frustrated. Terrific!! After wins in Chicago and in Anaheim this season the Wild should understand full well now that they can play with any team in the NHL, anywhere. Whether or not they do so is entirely up to them.

gammarayJan. 28, 1411:57 PM

Great win. A different team with Parise in the lineup and what the hell is up with these Brodziak breakaways and total misses??? Great job getting open but jesus score many has that been this year?

reader8Jan. 29, 1412:04 AM

Great win. What is up with Brodziak? He started the year poorly and has only gotten worse. Not one aspect of his game is any good. He is not the brightest player I have ever watched either. Hurry up Spurgeon; we need to get Stoner out of the lineup...

shippy00Jan. 29, 1412:09 AM

Tremendous win. That second period was perhaps the most exciting 20 minutes of hockey I've ever seen. Love how the Wild stood toe-to-toe with an elite team. 5/6 points v. the Blackhawks, Sharks and Ducks is rare. Way to go Wild.

clinto1054Jan. 29, 1412:09 AM

Hate to complain after a really big win....but.... What was Brodziak thinking during that penalty kill in the 3rd period!!!! Go get your stick!!!! You are useless without it!! You cant break up a pass. You can't clear the puck if it comes to you. Go get your stick!! It was 5 feet from him. OK - there, I feel better. Please don't chime in that he couldn't stop for 2.5 seconds and get his stick. You leave the penalty-kill "box" and go get your stick.

milesmikeJan. 29, 1412:09 AM

Great game all around (I'd point out a few exceptions courtesy of everyone's favorite #21, but that's kind of becoming redundant this year). To collect 5 out of a possible 6 points these last last three games against three of the better teams in the league is impressive. Lets hope they can continue this type of play right through to the break.

pragmatictafJan. 29, 1412:28 AM

Why, why do they do this to me? Maybe the best game of the year! They dominated most of the night, but the second period was the most totally dominating period they played all year. They should have had 7 goals, after all the pipes they hit. I think this team just needs to believe in itself. They played better then the best team in the league tonight. I loved the physical play also. It makes so much difference.


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