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

  • Article by: MICHAEL RUSSO , Star Tribune
  • Last update: March 21, 2013 - 6:07 AM

“Woke me right up,” Coyle said.

On the second power play, Jared Spurgeon set up Brodziak’s fifth goal. Then, 1:40 after Gustav Nyquist cut the Wild’s lead in half, Koivu made it 3-1 with his seventh goal after Coyle triggered a 2-on-1 between Jonas Brodin and Parise.

Late in the period on another power play, Setoguchi read Bouchard, drove the net and was in perfect position to pop in Dany Heatley’s rebound for his 18th point in 19 games. Bouchard has three multi-point games in a row.

“Right now we’ve got our identity filled out, and we know what we’re doing and we’re kind of riding it,” Setoguchi said.

 

  • WILD 4, DETROIT 2

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