A new, complicated formula has recently been adopted by the Minnesota State High School League. It is called a pitch count.
Charlie Coyle scored first in Game Four of the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the Minnesota Wild; a coveted goal that has spoken volumes in this series.
The Minnesota Wild are in a stunning predicament after a season of franchise records and most points in a regular season.
The Minnesota Wild have yet to lead for one second in this opening round series with the Blues.
Boudreau is well aware of his reputation — do well in the regular season, falter in the postseason. He’s also well aware that at this juncture there’s not a whole lot he can do about it, except keep trying hard.
For Buxton, it’s about finding out if he cannot hit at this level or if his own demons are the only thing keeping him from stardom. And for Sano — just don’t change much right now.
Jared Spurgeon is experienced enough in the postseason to know it’s different this time of year.
Lives can change in a second. And for umpire Bill Szabo, that’s exactly what happened.
Everyone knew this moment would come, ever since Mike Yeo stepped in to take over the head coaching duties with the Blues.
There is a mostly unspoken undertone in the Wild’s camp, that these veterans might not have many years to have this good of chance to win a Stanley Cup.
With almost no one watching, they still play baseball at Fort Myers this time of year — extended spring training under watchful eyes.
The always popular lovable losers turned into the winners and that’s put them in a different category.
Minnesota high school football coaches gather each year to talk about the game. The annual convention brings in some 1,400 coaches, mainly from Minnesota.
Coach Glenn knows winning, because his team is back as defending state baseball champs.
While the Wild are concerned about playoff positioning, the Timberwolves would be happy just to make the playoffs.
The starting pitcher for the MSU-Mankato dedicated his game last Friday to his No. 1 fan. His mother, who died from cancer the night before.
There is the question of playing for seeding. It seems to consume conversations between Wild fans these days.
Working your way through the Sportshow is a feel good each March — from the trout pond to the area that promotes waterfowl.
Daniel Oturu, a junior at St. Paul’s Cretin-Derham Hall High School, is developing into quite a basketball player.
Champlin Park is unbeaten because they have an outstanding senior class, and an outstanding senior guard to run the show — McKinley Wright.
Jalen Suggs, who is just a freshman at Minnehaha Academy in Minneapolis, is turning heads for his play in a couple different sports.
The Gophers really only have two experienced guards coming in: Dupree McBrayer and Nate Mason. It might not be ideal, but they have to carry the load and that means major minutes.
The Minnesota Gophers are on the road to the NCAA Tournament, and their fans are following them.
That’s the role of Wayzata, who enters with a 10-17 record. But they’ve got a coach who understands.
Sydney Scott and her family live in Pequot Lakes, where the town and the school have been very supportive.