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Ryan Suter Unplugged: Wild vs Stars Playoffs

April 19, 2016 07:53 PM

Ryan Suter visits with KSTP-TV Sports Director Joe Schmit in another playoff edition of Ryan Suter Unplugged. The Minnesota Wild came back from a two nothing deficit on Monday night to win 5-3 against the Dallas Stars in game three of the playoffs.

"All year we've gone through so much, so many ups and downs, to be able to come back was good and to get the crowd into the game was huge, it helped get the momentum on our side,"Suter said.

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For the Wild to have any chance to win the series the team needs to be more physical, they know that and Suter saw a change in the team on Monday night.

"We need to match their aggressiveness, I think we did a good job of counter punching them last night," Suter adds.

After giving up a 2-0 lead in the first five minutes of the game, the Wild held the stars to a mere seventeen shots on goal and dominated the game.

"When your team is losing you always look to your leaders to step up and make a difference I think last night was a perfect example of guys stepping up, good or bad we're the guys who have all the pressure on us we have to make sure we're ready to go and that we're leading by example," Suter said.

To see Joe Schmit's entire interview with Ryan Suter CLICK THE VIDEO LINK ABOVE.

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