NHL Wild
  • WILD IN DALLAS TONIGHT

    The Wild aim for a sixth straight win tonight when they battle the Stars in Dallas. Minnesota has won seven of its last eight overall following Saturday’s 2-0 victory over San Jose. The Wild sit …

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    25 Mar 13
  • WILD PICK UP WIN OVER WINGS

    Devin Setoguchi scored twice to lead the Wild in a 4-2 win over the Red Wings. Kyle Brodziak and Mikko Koivu also scored for Minnesota in its fourth consecutive win. Niklas Backstrom made 36 saves …

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    22 Mar 13
  • WILD IN VANCOUVER TONIGHT

    The Wild continue their three-game road trip tonight in Vancouver against the Canucks. Minnesota has won two in-a-row and four of its last five following a 6-4 win to open the trip on Saturday in …

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    18 Mar 13
  • WILD WIN, MAKE TRADE, REALIGNMENT APPROVED

    Mikko Koivu lit the lamp twice to power Minnesota past Colorado 5-3. Koivu scored in the second period and added an empty-netter late in the third as the Wild won their third game in the …

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    15 Mar 13
  • WILD PLAY TONIGHT, MAKE ROSTER MOVES

    Tonight the Minnesota Wild conclude their three game homestand by hosting the Colorado Avalanche. The Wild have split the first two games of the homestand with a win over Vancouver followed up by Tuesdays 2-1 …

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    14 Mar 13
  • WILD ENTERTAIN THE DUCKS TONIGHT

    The Wild continue their three-game homestand tonight against the Anaheim Ducks. Minnesota will then wrap up the homestand on Thursday against Colorado. The Wild have won two in-a-row following Sunday’s 4-2 victory over Vancouver. They …

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    12 Mar 13
  • WILD SKATE PAST CANUCKS

    Zach Parise had two goals and an assist as the Wild took down the Canucks, 4-2. Jared Spurgeon had a goal and assist while Ryan Suter added two helpers as Minnesota won its third in …

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    11 Mar 13
  • PLAYERS APPROVE CHANGES, WILD PLAY SATURDAY

    The NHL Players’ Association is signing off on the league’s realignment plan. The NHL plans to go from six to four divisions next season. The Minnesota Wild would be in a seven-team division that includes …

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    08 Mar 13