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VIDEO: Minnesota Wild loses to Montreal Canadiens after Devin Setoguchi falls in shootout, but Setoguchi also tied the game with less than 10 seconds left

Trailing 4-1, the Wild shocking the partying, Ole’ing Bell Centre fandom when it scored three times in the final 3 minutes, 53 seconds of regulation to force overtime before succumbing in a shootout, 5-4.

Matt Kassian, who entered the game with no goals in 20 career games, sparked the comeback with his second goal of the game. Dany Heatley scored 2:10 later before Devin Setoguchi tied the score with 9.8 seconds left.

David Desharnais scored the lone goal in the shootout against Josh Harding as Matt Cullen, Heatley and Setoguchi missed. Setoguchi lost the puck when it stopped short after stick-handling it outside the Zamboni scrape done after overtime. He then slipped and fell.

“As soon as you stop, it’s over anyway, but I just decided to do it with a little more flare and fall,” said Setoguchi. “It’s frustrating. I mean, you have a chance to keep the game alive and something like that happens.”

It never would have gotten to that point though if Devin Setoguchi hadn’t scored after gathering Matt Cullen’s pass from behind the net at the goalmouth. Devin Setoguchi’s tying goal came instants after Heatley picked off what looked like goalie Carey Price’s attempted rink-long toss at the empty net.

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The blooper shootout attempt is hitting the rounds on youtube, but it wasn’t Setoguchi’s fault.  The puck hits a rut in the ice during the shootout,


Setoguchi ties the game with just 9 seconds left,

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