Thanks to considerable help from Niklas Backstrom, the new-look Minnesota Wild continue to show that they’re for real.
Henrik and Daniel Sedin both scored against Minnesota for the first time in their careers to lead the Vancouver Canucks to a 5-2 win over the Wild on Thursday night.
Matt Cullen had two goals and an assist for Minnesota, and the Wild let their sputtering offense loose by dominating the Vancouver Canucks from start to finish with 45 shots on net in a 5-1 victory Thursday night.
Sami Salo scored on a power play at 4:39 of overtime, and the Vancouver Canucks earned a 3-2 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Saturday afternoon.
The Vancouver Canucks are on such a roll, they can play poorly and still win.
Two more games on the Wild’s current four game road streak. So far, they’re 0-2 and that makes Monday night’s game at Vancouver another must-win for the Wild. Dan Terhaar previews the week ahead.
Gameday for the Wild and a big one. The best in the west is in town. Minnesota takes on the Vancouver Canucks at the Xcel Energy Center and Dan Terhaar has a preview.
Happy Valentine’s Day from the Wild! The boys are practicing and getting ready for the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday. Dan Terhaar previews the week ahead.
The Minnesota Wild are the only blemish on the Vancouver Canucks’ division record.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) – Vancouver rookie Cory Schneider lost his first NHL shutout late but picked up his first assist. All the Canucks’ new backup was worried about was a second victory. Schneider made […]
The Minnesota Wild got the message. Vancouver’s Rick Rypien may be getting one from the league office.