Wednesday Sports Blast: Twins Win (+More)
The St. Cloud Norsemen won again, the Twins beat the Orioles in Spring Training and a busy night awaits on Wednesday. Here's a complete look at everything sports for Wednesday, March 10th.
-The St. Cloud Norsemen junior hockey team beat Minnesota Wilderness 2-0 Tuesday night at the MAC in St. Cloud. Josh Langford made 30 saves to earn the shutout for St. Cloud, while Blake Mesenburg scored the game-winning goal.
The Norsemen are now 12-18-1 on the season and will host Aberdeen on Friday night.
-The Minnesota Twins got a RBI double from Miguel Sano in the bottom of the seventh (and final) inning to beat the Orioles 1-0 in an exhibition game Tuesday afternoon. Kenta Maeda started for the Twins, tossing three shutout innings.
The Twins will play at Tampa's spring complex Wednesday afternoon.
-The Cathedral boys hockey game was the only high school game in town Tuesday and they did not disappoint, beating Detroit Lakes 4-2.
- The Minnesota Wild return to the ice for a 6 p.m. puck drop against the Vegas Golden Knights at Xcel Energy Center (WJON, NBCSN). The Wild beat Vegas 2-0 on Monday night.
- The Gopher men's basketball team will take on Northwestern in the opening round of the Big Ten Tournament (5:30 p.m. on AM 1390 and Big Ten Network). Minnesota is 13-14 on the season.
- Gopher women's basketball will also open its Big Ten Tourney on Wednesday, taking on Nebraska for a 10 a.m. tip-off (AM 1390, Big Ten Network). The Gophers are 8-12 this season.
- The Granite City Lumberjacks are on the road at Alexandria for a 7:10 p.m. puck drop.