Ryan Suter’s son, 5, on favorite part of Stadium Series weekend: ‘The win’

Minnesota Wild defenseman Ryan Suter's team is headed in the right direction - and his son couldn't be happier.

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Sunday’s Stadium Series game was a business trip for Minnesota Wild defenseman Ryan Suter, and his 5-year-old son shared the same view.

Brooks Suter joined his younger sister, Avery, in skating on the ice at TCF Bank Stadium earlier in the weekend before watching the Wild breeze to a 6-1 rout of the Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday.

When asked by a reporter to name his favorite part of the weekend, Brooks Suter was succinct in his response while sitting next to his father during the post-game press conference.

Minnesota (27-22-10) has been doing its fair share of that since interim coach John Torchetti took over for the fired Mike Yeo. The Wild rebounded from a dismal 1-11-2 mark to score 21 goals and post a perfect 4-0-0 mark under Torchetti.

Considering the way his father’s team has been playing of late, well, Brooks has every reason to be happy.