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Continued: A look at Game 7s in Minnesota history

  • Article by: DENNIS BRACKIN , Star Tribune
  • Last update: April 30, 2014 - 6:52 AM

Wolves (1-0 in game 7)

Year Postseason round Game 7 result

2003-04 Western Conf. semifinals Wolves 83, Kings 80

Highlight: Kevin Garnett had 32 points and 21 rebounds, Sam Cassell had 23 points and seven assists and Latrell Sprewell added 14 points as the Wolves reached the conference finals for the first time. The Wolves lost to the Lakers in six games in the Western Conference finals.

former Minnesota teams

North Stars (3-4 in game 7s)

Year Postseason round Game 7 result

1967-68 Quarterfinals North Stars 9, Kings 4

Semifinals Blues 2, North Stars 1 (2 OT)

Highlight: Ceseare Maniago was the North Stars goaltender for all 14 games of the 1968 playoff run that ended in a double-overtime loss to St. Louis.

1971-72 Quarterfinals Blues 2, North Stars 1 (OT)

Highlight: Maniago was in goal again for the overtime loss to the Blues.

1979-80 Quarterfinals North Stars 3, Canadiens 2

Highlight: Al McAdam scored the winning goal in Game 7 of the 1980 series against Montreal.

1983-84 Division finals North Stars 4, Blues 3

Highlight: Steve Payne had the Game 7 winner in 1984 against the Blues.

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