SEATTLE -- Phil Hughes made just two regrettable mistakes on a fast-paced Friday night.
Do the Wild really want to tempt fate and return to St. Louis for a Game 7? Do they really want to take a chance on awakening the frightening ghosts of Barclay Plager and Bob Gassoff? Or will they be able to handle prosperity and finish this dirty business at Xcel?
Minnesota United FC's home opener Saturday night ended the same way the 2014 playoffs concluded: United believed a controversial call cost them a win.
Earlier this week, after the Wild built a 2-1 lead in their first-to-four playoff series with St. Louis, they spoke at length of taking advantage of their opportunity.
San Antonio scored in the 90th minute after earlier scoring from 65 yards out.
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The righthander left after getting hit by a line drive.
But the Wild has had its share of troubles at the X.
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