ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) -- The Chicago Blackhawks let a late lead slip, though the lost point won't matter.
Shoring up their special teams and avoiding lapses like this are on their to-do list entering the playoffs.
Cal Clutterbuck's tying tip-in with 3:12 left in regulation and Devin Setoguchi's shootout goal gave the Minnesota Wild a 2-1 victory over Chicago on Thursday, and Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville lamented afterward a performance by his team he called "too casual."
"We didn't have any pace. I thought we got away from the intensity of being on the power play and looking for an easier look as opposed to the intensity that's needed to just sustain the momentum of our game," Quenneville said.
Setoguchi's glove-side shot was the only one that went in during the skills contest, the 20th this season by the Wild to tie the NHL record. After a goal by Jamal Mayers gave the Blackhawks an early lead midway through the first period, Josh Harding was impenetrable, finishing with 22...