Wild Season Preview: 2018-19 Will Showcase a Familiar Cast of Characters
By Heather Rule - Oct 2, 2018
The Minnesota Wild are one of three teams to have made the Stanley Cup Playoffs each of the past six seasons. That accomplishment also comes with early […]
Will Power Proves His Oval Power with First Indy 500 Victory
By Heather Rule - May 28, 2018
Will Power stopped his race car in victory lane and put both hands on his helmeted-head in a sign of disbelief and excitement. Once he tossed the […]
Indy 500 Preview: Patrick, Castroneves Both Look to Make History
By Heather Rule - May 26, 2018
It’s Memorial Day weekend, a time full of remembrance and tradition. One of the longest-standing traditions in motor racing is the Indianapolis 500. The greatest spectacle in […]
Safety Advancements Are Everywhere in Sports – Including the Indy 500
By Heather Rule - May 23, 2018
In sports, as in other things in life, there are always advancements. Cars didn’t always have seat belts. Baseball stadiums didn’t always have netting to protect spectators. […]
Ed Carpenter Qualifies on the Pole for the 102nd Indy 500
By Heather Rule - May 21, 2018
Watching IndyCar racing on television is simply no match for actually being in the stands. But even watching at home was exciting as driver Ed Carpenter broke […]
Hinchcliffe, Mann Fail to Make the Indy 500 Field of 33
By Heather Rule - May 19, 2018
The return of Bump Day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway created a result many probably didn’t expect. James Hinchcliffe, the 2016 polesitter who’s currently fifth in the […]
Danica Patrick’s Racing Career Will Come Full Circle With the Indy 500
By Heather Rule - May 19, 2018
In the 2017 Indianapolis 500, one of the biggest stories in the paddock was famous Formula 1 driver Fernando Alonso jumping over the IndyCar to race in […]
Six Previous Winners, Plus Danica Patrick, Highlight the Indy 500 Entries
By Heather Rule - May 16, 2018
The bump has returned to the Indianapolis 500. One of the most exciting things of the famous race fans might recall from years past is “bump day,” […]
Professional Women’s Hockey Comes to Minnesota as Whitecaps join NWHL
By Heather Rule - May 15, 2018
The Minnesota sports scene will have another professional team to add to its list for the 2018-19 season with the addition of women’s professional hockey in the […]
Wild’s Season Ends in Embarrassing Fashion with Another Shutout
By Heather Rule - Apr 20, 2018
At the 1992 Indianapolis 500, pole sitter Roberto Guerrero spun out on the pace lap, before the real racing began. There’s a saying in racing that you […]
Game 5 Preview: Minnesota Wild vs. Winnipeg Jets
By Heather Rule - Apr 20, 2018
Find all the clichés you want for this one. It’s a must-win game (technically true, finally). It’s do-or-die. All the Minnesota Wild have to do is win […]
Wild Shut Out in Game 4, on the Brink of Elimination
By Heather Rule - Apr 17, 2018
For those who buy into the theory that teams can use up all their offense in one game, Tuesday’s Game 4 for the Minnesota Wild was a […]