One player determined to be back at the center spot is John Sullivan. He thinks the back injury that sidelined him for most of last season is part of his past.
New Vikings guard Alex Boone has made a grand entrance to Minnesota. He’s here for off-season workouts and to train and bond.
In Minnesota, Gene Glynn is so much more than a coach for the Twins — he was the first-ever Mr. Basketball in the state, out of Waseca in 1975.
Iconic Eden Prairie High School football coach Mike Grant has achieved about all you can achieve in his field. He has earned more state titles than other in the state, and he was also honored as National Coach of the Year.
The Minnesota Vikings have all kinds of considerations with the No. 23 pick in the NFL Draft Thursday night.
Minnesota Wild players cleaned out their lockers on Wednesday and said goodbye until they come together to get ready for next season.
They come to work out with the Gopher football team, and that’s a big deal.
The night the grandstand went down in flames, it was surreal.
In Minnesota, gymnastics is not a sport offered in high schools — they have to go to clubs.
The St. Paul charter school was founded by one of Prince’s good friends, David Ellis.
It is always interesting to see the local connections come up to the Minnesota Wild. There are several, including defenseman Mike Reilly. He has been up and down, and he is learning — and he carries with him a sense of Wild history.
At the X, it’s a constant roller coaster of emotions for both the fans and the players, who say they have to maintain an even keel thruoughout the highs and lows of the playoffs.
It is amazing how a win can change your entire outlook. The Minnesota Wild got it in Game Three, and they need a big dose of that same emotion Wednesday in Game Four.
Every Saturday, Mike Augustyniak finds the best mixologists in town to see what they’re stirring up. This week, he’s taking us out to the ball game to try a refreshing cocktail that’s now being served at Target Field.
Matthew Frome walks the halls of Eagan High School, where he is one busy guy. “I’m involved in everything,” Matthew said. He is a friend to many; the manager of the soccer and basketball teams — and so much more.
As a three-sport athlete at a big, suburban Minnesota school, Lakeville North’s Drew Stewart is the definition of a well rounded athlete.
This isn’t the way you’re supposed to go into the Stanley Cup Playoffs, without Zach Parise, Thomas Vanek and nursing a five-game losing skid.
Jarret Stoll has been down these roads before and found a way to come out on top.
The only thing Darcy Kuemper can do as he prepares for the playoffs is prepare for the playoffs. You have to stay ready.
They had a drive to play baseball, so they found a way to practice year round.
It seems like Andrew Lecker is everywhere at St. Paul’s Cretin-Derham Hall High School. “I’m the attendance officer at Cretin-Derham Hall, and I check kids in and out of the building,” Lecker said.
Benny Goldman goes to Macalester College and in the growing world of analytics and sports, he thinks he has something that could be a game-changer in football decision-making.
Athletic training continues to get more sophisticated and more specialized. That is why the Mayo Clinic Center in downtown Minneapolis held a clinic Monday to bring in experts to talk to high school kids about what it really means to be a “healthy” athlete in a variety of ways.
The Junior Rolling Timberwolves are a high school basketball team that happens to play in wheelchairs. The stories of how they got there are varied, but where they are unified is in their love of basketball.
Meet Michael Sheridan. He is 22-years-old, and he helps out at Eastview High School in Apple Valley. Sheridan has Hurler syndrome, which is an enzyme issue — but it has hardly slowed him down.