The forward agreed to a one-year contract, continuing his NHL comeback.
Forward Devin Setoguchi has agreed to a one-year contract with the Los Angeles Kings, continuing his NHL comeback after nearly two years out of the league
There are two especially stressful spells for NHL players: The days leading up to the trade deadline and the days before the regular season. It is no different for the Kings, with their season opener set for Wednesday at San Jose. Veteran defenseman Rob Scuderi and forward Michael Latta were put...
So who gets to play with Kings center Anze Kopitar? The smile from right wing Devin Setoguchi adequately answered the question on Saturday morning. The Kings had their final preseason game Saturday night, facing Colorado, and Kopitar played his one and only exhibition contest. Kopitar, fresh from...
Devin Setoguchi hit rock bottom in an airport bar in St. Louis. Hours earlier he had sworn off alcohol, which had derailed his once-promising hockey career. But then his stomach started to burn and he began coughing up blood, the result of problems brought on by his drinking. His livelihood, his...
After playing in just 12 games with the Calgary Flames last season, and another 19 games with their AHL affiliate in Adirondack, NHL forward Devin Setoguchi remains a free agent after going unsigned throughout the summer. Perhaps a lack of financial security—due to the lack of a current contract—forced Setoguchi and his wife to scale back […]
No one was expecting this. Devin Setoguchi was having a perfectly normal wedding. Just some of his NHL player buddies about to say some nice things about him. But then all of a sudden THIS happened. Setoguchi was definitely embarrassed. This wasn't just some goofy half-baked dance, though. Show More Summary
With Devin Setoguchi, Matt Cullen and Pierre-Marc Bouchard all wearing new sweaters next season, the Minnesota Wild will be relying on four players in their 20s— Nino Niederreiter, Mikael Granlund, Charlie Coyle and Jason Zucker —toShow More Summary
The Minnesota Wild are missing Matt Cullen big time. Since the center got injured in a 4-1 loss to St. Louis on April 1, the team has gone 1-4-0, with their only win coming against the Columbus Blue Jackets. These losses came shortly...Show More Summary
The San Jose Sharks have seemed just a little off ever since the trade that sent Dany Heatley and Devin Setoguchi to the Minnesota Wild in exchange for Brent Burns and Martin Havlat. They seemed even more off when the team traded Jamie McGinn to Colorado in exchange for T.J. Show More Summary
It's a match made in heaven. For the Carolina Hurricanes, it's driven by a desperate need for more top-six offensive talent. For the Minnesota Wild, it's driven by a crammed salary-cap situation and an unproven defensive cast. To the...Show More Summary
A monumental trade last summer was designed to put the two-time conference finalist San Jose Sharks over the top. San Jose gave up a younger Devin Setoguchi, top prospect Charlie Coyle and dropped the team's first pick in this year's draft (since traded for Dominic Moore, anyway) by more than 20 places. Show More Summary
March 3, 2012 – Dr. Deke It’s a must-score situation and the Minnesota Wild’s Devin Setoguchi is on the line. If the Wild can notch a score they could go on to win in an OT shootout against the Montreal Canadiens. Unfortunately, no one told Setoguchi’s stick that it had to keep up. He’s 1-for-3 [...]
To the misfortune of the Minnesota Wild's Devin Setoguchi, last night's highlights will show his awful shootout attempt, which helped the Montreal Canadiens win the game. Phoenix Coyotes enforcer and Twitter star Paul Bissonnette wasted...Show More Summary
Thursday's NHL lowlights include a dive, a flop and a flip. Before dissecting the top three stunning videos, lets point some fingers at some of the night's other weak performances. The Islanders lost 6-3 to Philadelphia, and part of their fan base is now slowly evolving into "Let's lose to get a better draft pick" mode. Show More Summary
In an earlier post on Devin Setoguchi’s comical shootout failure from last night, I happened to mention that for once, “it wasn’t the Habs embarrassing themselves last night.” Truth be told, that statement isn’t entirely true. Sure, the Canadiens may not have been the most embarrassing team on the ice during last night’s game against [...]
Being friends with several fans of the Montreal Canadiens, I have been afforded the privilege of watching that inept team embarrass themselves on the ice game in and game out this season. It has been quite entertaining at times, however, in a rather unusual turn of events, it wasn’t the Habs embarrassing themselves last night. [...]
Minnesota's Devin Setoguchi won't be putting this shootout attempt in his highlight film.
The Wild, down three with four minutes remaining in regulation, miraculously sent the game to overtime on Devin Setoguchi's goal with ten seconds left. It's hero and goat for Setoguchi, who wiped out on Minnesota's last shootout attempt. Since forward progress was stopped, Carey Price didn't need to make a stick "save" on it, but it was pretty stylish anyway. More »
The Minnesota Wild needed Devin Setoguchi to score in order to prolong a shootout with the Montreal Canadiens last night. Instead, Setoguchi lost control control of the puck, fell over, and the Wild lost. Vintage blooper (via Puck Daddy): Please follow Sports Page on Twitter and Facebook. Show More Summary