Biggest Wild Injury Concern Thus Far This Season: Dumba Is Out
By Heather Rule - Dec 18, 2018
Among the storylines this season for the Minnesota Wild, injuries haven’t been a key factor. It’s certainly nothing like last year when Zach Parise missed half the […]
OK, Now the Minnesota Wild Swoon is Totally On
By Heather Rule - Dec 11, 2018
Last week’s entry warned that Minnesota Wild shouldn’t let a few frustrating games turn into a full December swoon. But the piece ended with this regarding the […]
No Swoon – Yet – As Wild Start Canadian Road Trip
By Heather Rule - Dec 4, 2018
The last time the Minnesota Wild headed out west for some road games, they have a solid 5-2 record on a franchise-long seven-game trip. Things were great. […]
Marcus Foligno Finding His Sweet Spot With the Wild
By Heather Rule - Nov 27, 2018
The game couldn’t have ended in a more salt-in-the-wound way for the Minnesota Wild and their fans. After clinging onto a 2-0 lead from the first period […]
Thanksgiving Benchmark is Mixed Bag for Wild’s Playoff Hopes
By Heather Rule - Nov 20, 2018
Professional sports seasons are lengthy, relatively speaking. Baseball, basketball and hockey all span about half a year for a regular season. With that comes arbitrary markers in […]
Wild Riding High After Seven-Game Road Trip
By Heather Rule - Nov 13, 2018
The weather in Minnesota brought an early dose of winter this month. For those who need frigid temps to get into hockey season, now is about the […]
Wild’s Defensive Duo – Seeler and Pateryn – Playing Well on Winning Stretch
By Heather Rule - Nov 6, 2018
The Minnesota Wild are rolling as the calendar turns to November, having won seven of their last eight games. They sit at 8-3-2 with 18 points and […]
Greenway Shows He’s Earning His Spot
By Heather Rule - Oct 30, 2018
Getting sent down to the minor-league club for the weekend seems to have agreed with Jordan Greenway. Not only did the youngster tally a hat trick for […]
Wild Showing They’re the Comeback Team
By Heather Rule - Oct 23, 2018
Playing from behind every single game is going to catch up with a team at some point. It doesn’t matter how soon the comeback starts or the […]
Wild Need a Boost, So Dubnyk Needs to Keep His Foot on the Gas
By Heather Rule - Oct 16, 2018
The Minnesota Wild’s No. 1 netminder, Devan Dubnyk, makes his case game after game as to why he’ll go down as one of the greatest acquisitions in […]
Dubnyk Shines While Offense Slides in Wild’s Opening Games
By Heather Rule - Oct 9, 2018
Two games into the 2018-19 season and the Minnesota Wild have a total of two goals. Just two, from veteran Zach Parise in the 4-1 opening-night loss […]
NCHC Hockey Preview Notebook: St. Cloud State Looks for Redemption With New Coach
By Heather Rule - Oct 5, 2018
When Brett Larson was offered the head coaching job of the St. Cloud State men’s hockey team last spring, he told his nine-year-old son, Lane. “He looked […]