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Granlund’s OT Goal Another Example Of This Growth

Without Mikael Granlund’s overtime goal, the Minnesota Wild would be in major trouble in this first-round series against Colorado. After a rough rookie year for the young center from Finland, the Wild weren’t sure they could count on Granlund this season for such important production.


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Welcome To New York! Rangers Announce Alain Vigneault As New Head Coach

One week after Alain Vigneault emerged as the leading coaching candidate, the New York Rangers hired him on Friday to replace the fired John Tortorella. Vigneault agreed to a five-year contract.


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Pens, Malkin Agree On 8-Year, $76 Million Extension

The Pittsburgh Penguins and Evgeni Malkin have agreed to term on a contract extension with superstar Evgeni Malkin.


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Wild’s Wes Walz On WCCO With Game Four Preview

Veteran hockey player and broadcaster Wes Walz talked Wild playoff hockey with Dave Lee Tuesday on the WCCO Morning News.


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NHL Playoff Preview With Wild GM Fletcher

Minnesota Wild General Manager Chuck Fletcher shared a preview of the NHL playoffs with Dave Lee Tuesday on the WCCO Morning News.


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Parise, Suter Hit The Ice For Wild

Zach Parise and Ryan Suter are finally going to work for the Minnesota Wild.


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Local Businesses Celebrate The Return Of NHL Hockey

For the last 113 days, the lack of NHL hockey has hit downtown St. Paul businesses hard.


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Kids Win On ‘Try Hockey For Free Day’

While it may seem like it, not everyone in Minnesota is born with skates on their feet. On Saturday, 40 hockey clubs across the state, held an open skate for the smallest of skaters.


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Wild GM Fletcher Excited For Season Opener

Minnesota Wild general manager Chuck Fletcher told Sid Hartman he is anxious for the NHL season to begin.


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Wild GM Chuck Fletcher Talks Hockey With Sid

Wild General manager Chuck Fletcher talked about the end of the NHL season with Sid Hartman on the WCCO Morning News.


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With No Playoffs In Sight, Uncertainty For Wild

The Minnesota Wild play the Edmonton Oilers on Thursday night at the Xcel Energy Center. But that’s really not the story line these days in St Paul — it’s about who stays and who goes, including head coach Todd Richards.


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Hard Hit At NHL Game Could Bring Minn. Man Business

A recent hit at an NHL game has many in the hockey community thinking about safety around the glass.


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Wild GM Talks Hockey With Sid Hartman

Wild General Manager Chuck Fletcher joined Sid Hartman to talk about last night’s win over Colorado, and the chase for a western conference playoff berth.


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Pierre-Marc Bouchard Makes Edmonton Look Foolish!

Edmonton Goalie gets twisted like a pretzel.


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Theodore, Wild Stifle Crosby-Less Pens 4-0

Jose Theodore made 26 saves for his first shutout of the season and 30th of his NHL career, and the Minnesota Wild shut down the Sidney Crosby-less Penguins 4-0 on Saturday night.


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Barker’s OT Goal Gives Wild 6-5 Win Over Coyotes

Cam Barker scored 46 seconds into overtime after Pierre-Marc Bouchard tied it with 26 seconds left in regulation in the Minnesota Wild’s 6-5 victory over the Phoenix Coyotes on Sunday.



Perry’s Penalty Shot Helps Ducks Beat Wild, 6-2

Corey Perry used his own stick to score each of his three goals, one of which came on a penalty shot. Ducks linemate Bobby Ryan had to improvise and use an opponent’s stick to score his only goal.