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Continued: Souhan: Playoffs are turning Granlund into a steely veteran

  • Article by: JIM SOUHAN , Star Tribune
  • Last update: May 7, 2014 - 1:23 PM

As the clock ticked under four minutes remaining in the game, the Blackhawks flicked a puck behind their net to start a start. Niederreiter beat two players to it and drew a penalty. When Parise took advantage with his power-play goal, the Wild had blown out the champs and extended their season, and Yeo could be thankful that his kids grew up at the right time.

 

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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