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Continued: Souhan: Kane's brilliance trumps Wild's goalie du jour

  • Article by: JIM SOUHAN , Star Tribune
  • Last update: May 3, 2014 - 7:03 AM

• Curry was the nervous backup.

• Rob Laurie, signed off the street for a game when the team was in Los Angeles, has gone back to waiting for random phone calls from NHL teams.

Asked how he would prepare for a playoff game, Curry said, “I don’t know,” then laughed.

When he signed, Curry hoped to play in a regular-season game, and he did. Would he dare dream about the playoffs? “I haven’t gone that far,” he said Friday afternoon. “I’m just excited about the opportunity and supporting Bryz. I know he’s going to be great.”

This season, it’s accomplishment for a Wild goalie to simply be present.

 

Jim Souhan can be heard weekdays at noon and Sundays from 10 to noon on 1500 ESPN. His Twitter name is @SouhanStrib. jsouhan@startribune.com

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