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Wild's amazing comeback attempt falls short after shootout slip in Montreal

The Minnesota Wild's amazing comeback came to a crashing halt in a 5-4 shootout loss in Montreal Thursday night. The Wild trailed 4-1 with less than four minutes to play before rallying for three goals, included the tying goal from Devin Setoguchi with ten seconds left in regulation. The Wild then lost in the shootout after Setoguchi lost control of the puck and fell down before getting a shot off.
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It looked the Wild was down and out as they trailed 4-2 with under two minutes left in regulation. That's when "down and out" became "it ain't over 'til it's over."

Dany Heatley and Devin Setoguchi scored in the game's final 1:43 of regulation to send the game to overtime, and eventually a shootout. Setoguchi's goal came with just ten seconds left on the clock.

The shootout, however, didn't go as well for the Wild. Montreal scored just once on Josh Harding, but Minnesota couldn't muster a single goal. The game ended in less than dramatic fashion as Devin Setoguchi lost control of the puck and fell down before getting off a shot attempt.

Matt Kassian scored the Wild's first two goals of the game.

Niklas Backstrom left the game in the first period with an apparent left leg injury. He was replaced by Harding, who stopped 17 of 20 shots.

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