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Continued: Wild knows good won't be good enough against Chicago

  • Article by: MICHAEL RUSSO , Star Tribune
  • Last update: May 4, 2014 - 7:32 AM

Besides scoring a highlight-reel winning goal, he lost defenseman Nate Prosser in the final minutes for the backbreaking goal.

“We’ve got to play him more physical and have a tighter gap, but we just have to be more aware of who we’re up against, too,” Prosser said.

The Wild’s goal when it came to Chicago was to get at least a split. The Wild still has that opportunity Sunday against a Blackhawks team that has won 15 of its past 17 home games, including five in a row.

“We said all last series we’ve got to get the road win,” Parise said, smiling. “Hopefully we can get that [Sunday].”

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