Ryan O'Reilly strips Ryan Suter and sets up short-handed goal

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Ryan Suter did a very un-Suter thing in Game 5.

Minnesota Wild defenseman Ryan Suter gets paid a lot of dollar bills to keep the puck out of his own net. He gets paid 98 million dollar bills, in fact.

The Wild rode him hard all year long, giving him some of the highest minute totals among NHL defensemen. Perhaps the exhaustion is finally getting to him considering his gaffe in Game 5 led to an egregious Colorado Avalanche short-handed goal.

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Suter might end up being a Norris Trophy candidate, but that goal is why Ryan O'Reilly might end up taking home the Selke.

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