Jason Zucker Having Breakout Year For Surging WildOne of the many reasons for the Minnesota Wild's terrific season has been a breakout year for Jason Zucker.
Female Assistant Thriving For Bethel Men's HoopsIf there's one place Alisha Hvistendahl feels like she belongs, it's as an assistant coach for the Bethel men's basketball team.
In Lakeville, Curling Is The Newest High School SportIt's the coolest new thing in school -- for students in Lakeville, at least.
Breck Hockey Player Uses Blog To Chronicle Life With DwarfismHigh school is that awkward time in everyone's life when you just want to fit in. But given her size, Svea McNally doesn't really have much of a choice.
How Can The Wild Maintain Their Record Pace?It was on this day, one year ago, that the Minnesota Wild fired coach Mike Yeo. A year later, they are the toast of the Western Conference.
5 Brothers Lead Brainerd Hockey To Best Season In YearsThe Warriors are undefeated in conference play and appear poised to make a run in the section tournament. As David McCoy shows us, there are five very good reasons why.
Hopkins' Paige Bueckers Looking Like The Next Tayler HillWatch Paige Bueckers play, you realize right away that she's something special. One of the best players in the whole state.
Wild Hit The Road To Start Pivotal Post All-Star StretchIt was a spirited first post-break practice for the Wild on Monday as they seek to re-start the fantastic momentum with which they closed the first half of the season.
Woodbury Native To Begin Pro Career With Minnesota UnitedGrowing up in Woodbury, Brent Kallman watched soccer grow up in Minnesota up close.
Sisters Carry On Legacy Of Minneapolis South's Tayler HillIf you remember the last time South was this good, this story is going to sound pretty familiar.
Jake Hale First Minneapolis D-I Hockey Commit Since 1990Jake Hale is an assistant captain and the best player on the Minneapolis boys high school hockey team – as just a sophomore.
Richard Pitino: P.J. Fleck Is A 'Home Run'If there's anybody who knows what it's like to be a head coach in his 30s about to take over his first-ever major conference job at the University of Minnesota, it would be Richard Pitino, who pretty much did the exact same thing four years ago. So what advice would he give?

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