STAFF BLOG FORUM COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY WDAY/WDAZ to broadcast HD hockey championship coverage
FARGO, N.D. - Forum Communications Co. television stations WDAY and WDAZ are broadcasting live HD sports coverage of the North Dakota High School Hockey Championship games. The games, which started to... Posted on 2/20/14 at 3:14 PM
WESTERN WISCONSIN SPORTS An early look at WIAA playoff possibilities
The WIAA tournament season is coming up fast.
Wrestling will be the first of the area winter sports to begin its tournament season, with regional tournaments on Saturday, Feb. 15. The rest of the wint... Posted on 1/30/14 at 3:00 PM
STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Pink the Rink with Hermantown, Superior
In an effort to advertise and raise money for breast cancer research and prevention, Pink the Rink is selling T-shirts that can give the wearer free admission to hockey games.
The junior varsity and ... Posted on 1/8/14 at 12:00 AM
JIMMY JABBER Wild to practice in Duluth
Its going to be wild in Duluth next week.
Actually, its going to be the Wild in Duluth next week.
The Minnesota Wild will practice at Amsoil Arena on Monday and Tuesday, an Amsoil Arena official s... Posted on 9/24/13 at 3:15 PM
ST. PAUL — Right winger Jordan Eberle, left winger David Perron and left winger Taylor Hall scored in a shootout, lifting the Edmonton Oilers to a come-from-behind 4-3 win over the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday night.
Superior senior Aaron Miller scored two goals and the goaltending tandem of Zack Strom of Cloquet-Esko-Carlton and Hermantown’s Jace Thomas combined to stop 25 shots as the Duluth All-Stars defeated the Iron Range 3-1 on Tuesday night in the first half of the St. Luke’s Orthopedics & Sports Medicine All-Star Hockey Series.
Minnesota Duluth dropped a spot to No. 20 in the latest United States College Hockey Online Division I men’s top 20 poll, while the Bulldogs are tied with Yale for 18th in the more important Pairwise Rankings.
Chip Scoggins column: Gary Thorne is sort of an honorary Minnesotan — judging by the reaction of local puck fans — after announcing his first boys’ hockey state tournament, though Thorne did manage to avoid our polar vortex initiation.
Center T.J. Oshie and left wing Alexander Steen scored in a shootout, lifting the St. Louis Blues to a 3-2 win over the Minnesota Wild on Sunday, continuing the Blues’ recent run of dominance over their Central Division counterparts.
Sunday was a big day for the Grand Rapids High School boys hockey team. Senior standouts Avery Peterson and Hunter Shepard were named the Minnesota Mr. Hockey and Frank Brimsek award winners, respectively.
Mikey Anderson and his older brother, Joey, were engaged in a competitive battle Saturday before leaving their Canal Park hotel to watch their future college hockey team play its regular-season finale.
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