Wild expect shootout success this season

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Shootout success wasn't something the Wild had last season, but that should change now that Zach Parise and Mikael Granlund will be charging the net.

Parise's 50-percent success rate in shootouts ranked third in the NHL last season. Granlund is known for his amazing moves. Take a look.

ESPN's Craig Custance takes a look back at the day Parise chose to sign with the Wild. To many, Parise's decision was a shock considering the Devils, Red Wings and Penguins wanted him as well.

According to Rueters, the Wild is one of five teams to watch this season. Also included are the L.A. Kings, Pittsburgh Penguins, New York Rangers and St. Louis Blues.

If you can't watch the Wild in person or on TV, be sure to listen to the immense amount of programming KFAN 100.3 FM is offering.

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