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VIDEO: Ryan Suter beats the buzzer to give Wild lead

It was a perfect set play off of a face off
Rotoworld Feb 14, 2017

Ryan Suter plays over 30 minutes in loss - Ryan Suter (D) Minnesota Wild

Ryan Suter received 30:21 of ice time in Minnesota's 1-0 loss to the Anaheim Ducks.

Blackhawks nip Wild 4-3 in overtime at Xcel Energy Center

Jonathan Toews scored the winning goal with 3:09 into overtime on a 4-on-3 after a Ryan Suter holding penalty.
Hockey Wilderness Feb 8, 2017
The Wild’s penalty kill has gone from exceptional, to a mildly passing grade

The Wild’s penalty kill has gone from exceptional, to a mildly passing grade

It hasn’t been a talker much of late, but the penalty kill of the Wild that was once high atop the league with a scorching 96.2 percent efficiency has fallen back to the pack. Still currently ranked 12th in the league, one has to wonder: what happened to that promising start? When looking at the penalty kill, one has to first look at personnel. Of the Wild forwards and defensemen, these following players make up the Wild penalty killing units: Unit 1: Mikael Granlund/Zach Parise - Mikko Koivu Ryan Suter - Jared Spurgeon Unit 2: Eric Staal - Jason Pominville/Erik Haula Marco Scandella -...
Hockey Wilderness Jan 31, 2017
A curious case for shifting Erik Haula to the wing

A curious case for shifting Erik Haula to the wing

Why not right? The experiment seems to be working for Mikael Granlund. A lot has been made of the Wild's success in the 2016-17 season. We've seen article after article touting the changes Bruce Boudreau has brought to Minnesota. An endless stream of those extolling the virtues and re-emergence of Eric Staal. Blog post upon blog post hyping up the younger generation in Nino Niederreiter, Charlie Coyle, Erik Haula, and of course Jason Zucker. Mikko Koivu is enjoying a great season. Zach Parise is the workhorse on the team. If Parise is the horsey, then Ryan Suter is obviously the Ox,...
Hockey Wilderness Jan 29, 2017
Suter redeemed himself after the relay race with a snipe from the blue line.

Suter redeemed himself after the relay race with a snipe from the blue line.

It was a perfect shot into the top corner. Well, like I said in the previous post, soft wristers from the blue line are Ryan Suter’s bread and butter, right? Seriously, though, this is an awesome shot. That’s insanely hard to execute. Well done, Suter! We’re proud of you! Sweet shot Suter #NHLAllStar pic.twitter.com/tgB3KYQtAO— Minnesota Wild (@mnwild) January 29, 2017 Courtesy of @mnwild

Ryan Suter enjoying life in Minnesota on, off the ice

He gave up a lot to come to the Wild but gained so much more
Hockey Wilderness Jan 28, 2017
Ryan Suter... Doesn’t nail the one-timer.

Ryan Suter... Doesn’t nail the one-timer.

Devan Dubnyk has his back, though, in the relay race. Ryan Suter has a hard time hitting the net with the one-timer. We all know he only takes soft wristers from the point, though. He would later redeem himself by picking the top corner from the blueline. Courtesy of NBCSN

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