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Chris Stewart scores twice in loss - Chris Stewart (W) Minnesota Wild

Chris Stewart brought the Wild back from a 4-2 deficit against Winnipeg on Sunday night, but Minnesota still lost 5-4.
Hockey Wilderness Mar 7, 2017
Wilderness Walk: Game Day Edition

Wilderness Walk: Game Day Edition

Mike Yeo and the St. Louis Blues will play the Minnesota Wild tonight. Tonight, Mike Yeo will stand on the Xcel Energy center’s Away team bench for the first time as the St. Louis Blues Head Coach as they face off against the Minnesota Wild. Wild News On Wild’s top line, Chris Stewart will have to work on his aim | Pioneer Press On the one hand, Stewart’s play hasn’t really earned him top line minutes, but on the other hand, the Wild’s fourth line on Sunday could do a lot of damage. Wild keeping practices short but efficient | Star Tribune With 19 games in 33 days, the Wild are...

Here's the Wild's Chris Stewart accidentally punching Zach Parise in the face

Wild forward Zach Parise returned to the lineup after a bout withe mumps in a 3-1 victory over San Jose on Sunday. In the same game, rugged forward Chris Stewart — often a fourth-liner this season — was elevated to a scoring line with Parise and Eric Staal. Everything was great, and the line played well — except for when Stewart punched Parise in the face during a post-whistle scrum. Stewart quickly corrected himself, as Deadspin notes, by getting a glove into the face of a Sharks opponent. Said Stewart after the game, jokingly: “It’s chippy at the front of the net, so, I just was...
On Wild’s top line, Chris Stewart will have to work on his aim

On Wild’s top line, Chris Stewart will have to work on his aim

Veteran forward Chris Stewart likes the view from the Minnesota Wild’s top line. Stewart, 29, has had to fight to get to this point in his career, and after playing alongside Eric Staal and opposite Zach Parise during Sunday’s 3-1 victory over the San Jose Sharks, he doesn’t plan on giving up that spot anytime soon. “It’s something I’m […]
Hockey Wilderness Feb 27, 2017
The Minnesota Wild didn’t overpay for Martin Hanzal

The Minnesota Wild didn’t overpay for Martin Hanzal

Chuck Fletcher paid a high price, but the deal might well be worth it. Chuck Fletcher has done it again. The Minnesota Wild general manager loves to load up at the trade deadline. He did it in 2013, adding Jason Pominville for a package of picks and prospects. He gambled in 2014, swapping two second-rounders for Matt Moulson. And he struck again in 2015, swinging a last-minute deal to add Chris Stewart to the fold. And last night, in preparation for a Stanley Cup run, Fletcher made another swing for the fences. He acquired Martin Hanzal* for a package that includes Minnesota’s 2017...

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