Late Schwartz goal puts Wild in 2-0 series hole

Late Schwartz goal puts Wild in 2-0 series hole

Late Schwartz goal puts Wild in 2-0 series hole

Allen's performance against the Wild was next level, though. One heartbreaking loss does not constitute a debilitating crisis, despite the predictable social media angst spewing from an understandably fatalistic fan base. The two clubs will be back at it again Friday night, and Allen will remain a top-notch fantasy option despite being on the road. "I think the danger is to start changing what you're doing".

"We gave ourselves a chance at least, you know", Parise said.

Sobotka, who spent most of the season in Russian Federation playing in the KHL, skated in just one regular season game for the Blues and had a goal in their 3-2 win over the Avalanche on Sunday.

We'd love to see more. Their confidence is genuine, and it should be.

Blues coach Mike Yeo argued the Wild's shot attempts "will be inflated every game", reports Chad Graff of the Pioneer Press. "When we play that way, I think when this is all said and done, we're going to be in a good place". It was a real man's game, battles everywhere out there.

The Blues won Game 1 of the series on Wednesday, 2-1 in OT.

Meanwhile, the Wild reported for duty Thursday "ticked off", according to Boudreau.

"It's pretty disappointing we're playing 4-on-4 in the playoffs on that play on the wall", Dubnyk said. "That's in the past, but we've got to make sure that we regroup and our focus has to be on the next game and not on the end result".

Booed during the pregame lineup announcements by the overflow sellout crowd of 19,168, Yeo settled in for just his 33rd game as the boss of the Blues following the firing of Ken Hitchcock that triggered the early promotion and a 22-8-2 finish. "I don't even know what happened to be honest". "Mentally, I'm a basket case".

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With Yeo now directing strategy, using to his advantage almost five years of insight into the Wild's personalities, preferences and tendencies, the Blues kept up their stifling defense by packing those big bodies in the middle of their zone. In the final minute of regulation Zach Parise found the puck on his stick near the net and put it in for the game tying goal.

It was quite the third-period atonement for Parise, who inadvertently swept away a puck that was sliding like a curling stone toward the Blues goal line during one of a half-dozen pileups around Allen.

The only way to chill a hot goaltender is to keep the heat on full blast.

Fans can ensure that their tickets are legitimate by buying them from the Wild or Ticketmaster websites, the National Hockey League ticket exchange or the Xcel Energy box office, Troje said. "The Tarasenko guy, you can control him the whole game and then he gets the one chance". It was game 1 of the series and both teams came out ready to play in a tight checking affair. That's a bit of a risky play-what if the netminder had allowed a soft goal?-but the Blues are heading home with a 2-0 edge because of their composure and, yes, their grit.

"He was unbelievable, save after save", Blues defenseman Colton Parayko said.

The likes of Ryan Reaves and Scottie Upshall were able to disrupt the Wild in between whistles, while Allen was able to rattle them with his timely one-and-done stops during play. They've got to figure it out obviously because if they get pinned in all night in Game 2, it's going to be another challenge for Allen.

The Stanley Cup Playoffs are officially underway and last night's game between the Blues and Wild did not disappoint.

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