Wild Assistant Coach Pleads Guilty To Second-Degree DWIAn assistant coach with the Minnesota Wild pleaded guilty Monday to charges that he was driving drunk in late August with his 12-year-old son in the car. Darryl Sydor was arrested in Fridley on Aug. 21 while he was driving his son to a hockey game in Plymouth.
With Pair Of Goals By Charlie Coyle, Wild Top Blues 3-2Charlie Coyle scored twice, including 21 seconds after a power-play goal by Zach Parise late in the second period, and the Minnesota Wild picked up where they left off last spring against St. Louis with a 3-2 victory over the Blues on Saturday night.
Wild Blog: Parise's Hat Trick Leads Wild To Victory In Season OpenerThe Colorado Avalanche started their 20th season in Denver on Thursday night, but Minnesota Wild’s Zach Parise made sure there wouldn't be much of a celebration.
Parise Has Hat Trick As Wild Rally For 5-4 Win Over AvsZach Parise scored three times, including the tiebreaking tally in the third period, and the Minnesota Wild overcame a three-goal deficit to beat the Colorado Avalanche 5-4 on Thursday night.
Wild Makes Final Preps For Thursday's Opener At ColoradoIt's back. The NHL season is here. The Minnesota Wild boarded a plane Wednesday afternoon for Denver, where they will open the regular season Thursday night against the Colorado Avalanche.
Wild Assign Jordan Schroeder To AHLThe Minnesota Wild have assigned center Jordan Schroeder to their AHL affiliate, the Iowa Wild. The move was made Wednesday, after Schroeder cleared waivers.
Wild Blog: The 2015 Season PreviewFor most NHL teams, being eliminated by the same team three years in a row would mean sweeping changes on and off the ice. In Minnesota however General Manager Chuck Fletcher decided to stand by the core of players on the roster and their head coach.
Wild Must Pass Blackhawks To Progress: 'We'll Figure It Out'The Minnesota Wild have a well-balanced team, with every important player back from the squad that reached the Western Conference semifinals for the second straight spring. They also have an unsolved problem: the Chicago Blackhawks.
Minnesota Wild Roll Out New Menu At The XThe Minnesota Wild introduced new foods it will have at Xcel Energy Center this year Tuesday. WCCO talked to Executive Sous Chef Kyle Bowles of Levy Restaurants about his most exciting dishes.
Wild Place Fontaine On IR, Send Reilly To AHLThe Minnesota Wild have placed right wing Justin Fontaine on injured reserve to set their initial roster for the regular season. The Wild also assigned defenseman Mike Reilly to their AHL affiliate Tuesday and placed center Jordan Schroeder on waivers.
8 Silver Linings To An Awful Weekend In Minnesota SportsIt could've been one of the most fun and exciting weekends in Minnesota sports in some time, but it all came crashing down. Literally every team that could've lost did. But that doesn't mean all is lost among those teams. Here are eight silver linings from a rough weekend in Minnesota sports.
Wild Hosting Outdoor Viewing Party For Thursday Season Opener The Minnesota Wild heads to Colorado for its 2015-16 regular season opener Thursday night, but that doesn't mean fans in the Twin Cities can't be a part of the action. The Wild announced Tuesday that they're hosting a free outdoor viewing party for hockey fans.