Posted 12 February 2013 - 11:19 AM
I never had a problem with him, kept quiet, played good hockey for us even though he wasnt anything special, and stuck up for his teammates. So you are correct, it is good to see a guy like that have a nice run.
Poor Parise has one point in his last seven games with the Wild struggling to put up points. Good thing they have good goaltending. Imagine if Suter continues this bad stretch and the Wild buy him out in the future, I bet Parise wont be happy about that.
Suter's contract is one of the worst signed in any sport.
I'm chuckling too, but it's only been 12 games, and they're 6-5-1. Could be a lot worse, though they are having a hell of a time scoring goals lately (7 in their last 6 games, when phantom shootout goals are eliminated).
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Even when Marty comes back maybe Larry should put Clemmensen to be on the goal during the shootouts.
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