The 47-year-old Roy won two Stanley Cups with Colorado and two with Montreal in his Hall of Fame career as a goaltender.RELATED CONTENT
PREP TRACK AND FIELD: Tess Nelson used part of Wednesday’s practice working on her 300-meter hurdle start times. The Northwestern senior was just glad to be practicing her favorite event.RELATED CONTENT
Wily Peralta was knocked out in the second inning and Milwaukee went on to a 9-2 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday.
The Duluth Nighthawks girls lacrosse team finished fourth this past weekend in the Northcentral Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association state tournament at Mound Westonka.
Fargo (N.D.) Force forward Dominic Toninato of Duluth has been named to the 2013 All-U.S. Hockey League second team, the league announced Wednesday.
Cornell senior wrestler Kyle Dake and North Carolina sophomore field hockey player Loren Shealy were named 2013 College Athletes of the Year by Sports Illustrated. The first-year awards were announced Wednesday. St. Cloud State senior hockey center Drew LeBlanc of Hermantown was among four male candidates for the award.
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL: The Twins dropped their eighth in a row, losing to the Atlanta Braves 8-3 on Wednesday, and immediately demoted Vance Worley to the minors after another dismal outing.RELATED CONTENT
LACROSSE: Talented lacrosse players aren’t hard to find. They turn up on rinks, fields, diamonds and countless other venues. That’s why Scott Wishart, coach of the Duluth Chargers boys lacrosse club team, doesn’t worry about his players’ specific skill sets.RELATED CONTENT
PREP REPORT: Cook County sophomore Lars Scannell won the first Section 7A high school boys tennis singles title in school history Wednesday by defeating Duluth Marshall sophomore Jack Dodd 6-2, 6-3 in the final at the Quad Cities indoor courts in Virginia.RELATED CONTENT
Evan Gattis kept up an amazing rookie season with his first grand slam, B.J. Upton and Ramiro Pena also homered, and the Braves finished off a sweep of woeful Minnesota, 8-3, today.RELATED CONTENT
Minnesota placed third baseman Trevor Plouffe on the seven-day disabled list today with a concussion after he was struck in the head while breaking up a double-play attempt.RELATED CONTENT