The Wild will look to shake off Monday's loss in Vancouver when they head to Calgary for a pivotal matchup with the Flames Wednesday. The Canucks topped Minnesota 3-2 Monday to snap the Wild's ten game streak of games in which they earned at least one point.
The Minnesota Wild (28-21-7) saw their ten-game points streak come to an end last night, falling on the road to the Vancouver Canucks (32-21-3) 3-2. Nino Niederreiter scored both Wild goals. It was Minnesota's first loss in regulation in nearly a month. The Canadian road trip continues tomorrow night in Calgary.
Since losing six straight games in games in mid-January, the Minnesota Wild (28-20-7) have won 10 of their last 13, including ten straight games (8-0-2) picking up at least one point -- tying a team record. The Wild will be looking to break that record tonight against the Vancouver Canucks (31-21-3) in the first game of a crucial road trip.
The Minnesota Wild (28-20-7) jumped out to a 3-0 lead, and were able to hang on for the eventual 6-3 win over the visiting Carolina Hurricanes (19-28-7) last night at the Xcel Energy Center. The win also ties the Wild's franchise 'point-streak' record at ten games.
Minnesota Timberwolves' 19 year-old rookie Zach LaVine became the second youngest player in NBA history to win the All-Star Slam Dunk Contest, and the first Minnesota player since Isaiah Rider in 1994. Check out these highlights from Zach's amazing performance last night.
Since losing six straight games in games in mid-January, the Minnesota Wild (27-20-7) have won nine of their last twelve, including nine straight games (7-0-2) of picking up at least one point -- a game shy of the team record. The Wild will be looking to tie that record tonight against the Carolina Hurricanes (19-27-7) in St. Paul.
The Minnesota Wild (27-20-7) beat the visiting Florida Panthers (24-18-11) 2-1 last night at the Xcel Energy Center. The win keeps the Wild two points back from the final playoff spot in the NHL's Western Conference. Vancouver currently holds that spot -- and also won last night.
The Alexandria Cardinals earned the second seed in Section 6A boys hockey, with the Cathedral Crusaders picking up the second seed. In Section 8AA, the Bemidji Lumberjacks earned the top seed with Moorhead in the second spot.
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