It’s the Minnesota special. Spring sports start indoors, and you make do. Washburn High School has begun their training in the school gym.
Verne Simmons is there for the kids every day at St. Paul’s Johnson High School, even when he is dealing with personal tragedy.
It’s the extension to the playoffs. The Minnesota Wild feels that vibe every day, battling Colorado for the last playoff spot in the Western Conference.
On Saturday, Lakeville North and Hopkins meet in a rematch of a state championship game two years ago that was a thriller.
If they win this year it will be even more monumental, because it will also be Dave Thorson’s 500th win as a head coach.
Tuesday game is seen as a 4-point swing game, with Colorado just two points ahead of the Wild in the playoff standings.
Last week at the University of Minnesota Pavilion, they did it. And this week, they were still giddy about the accomplishment. The St. Cloud Tech Gymnastics Team is state champions.
It’s been 10 days since MIke Yeo was fired as the Minnesota Wild head coach. On Wednesday, he met the media for the first time since to reflect on what was at times a rocky, but certainly worthwhile ride.
There have been some specific people that seemed to have benefited from John Torchetti’s coaching style. Mike Max tells us about a more offensive Erik Haula because of his defense.
The NBA Slam Dunk Contest is Saturday night, and that means the Timberwolves’ Zach LaVine has a chance to defend his title.
Justin Zook has spent much of his life in the water. Now, he’s passing on what he’s learned as the swimming coach at Robbinsdale Armstrong High School.
The Minnesota Wild welcomes the Washington Capitals to Xcel Energy Center Thursday night, but right now they’d like to welcome a win. The future of head coach Mike Yeo is teetering, the team is in a downward spiral.
We’re a little more than a week away from the return of professional hockey to the great outdoors in Minnesota. The Minnesota Wild will host the Chicago Blackhawks for an outdoor game at TCF Bank Stadium on the campus of the University of Minnesota.
The Gophers landed a few locals in the spectacle of this year’s signing day, including Burnsville quarterback Kamal Martin.
The Timberwolves are spending this season trying to figure out what they have to work with in the future. What they want off the bench is for Shabazz Muhammad to be a factor, every night.
It’s past the point of optimism for a competitive season for the Gopher basketball team as they head into Thursday night’s game at Northwestern. Minnesota is still looking for its first Big Ten Conference win, and some hope for the future.
Jerry Kill’s sudden retirement last fall quickly made this recruiting class at Minnesota a question mark. Carter Coughlin’s unwavering commitment to his home-state school helped dispel any doubts and give new coach Tracy Claeys a solid foundation entering his first full season.
Sit with Brad Davison and you are sitting with a well-dressed, polite, straight-A high school student.But that is just part of his resume. On Friday nights in the fall, he is the quarterback for the Maple Grove Crimson — and he is a good one.
The Tier II Junior League team is the first in the Twin Cities since the St. Paul Vulcans, and all their players have ambition to hit the rink in college — hopefully with a scholarship at their backs.
It’s a question often asked — how much residual value is there in being part of a team? And how much does what happens on the field or the court relate to the business world?
The Minnesota Timberwolves are still a team where you get a bigger kick out of watching a quality opponent come in than you do watching the home town team.
In Minnesota, hockey rinks on ponds and lakes are common. But one family looked at the ice on their lake and decided to create something that’s easy for everyone to play.
Michael and Mathew Hurt anchor the Rochester John Marshall basketball team — one a future Gopher, and the other with quite a future.
It’s January, which means it’s time for Minnesotans to move onto dreaming of the other outdoor season. No, not the Minnesota Vikings, but the Minneapolis Boat Show. Mike Max paid a visit and found three of the water crafts that are trending in 2016.
Gopher basketball coach Richard Pitino is looking everywhere for answers as Minnesota is 0-6 to start to the Big Ten season.