11:16 AM EST, Mon February 18, 2019
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 4 hours ago
Wild's meltdown continues with 4-0 loss to St. Louis

Wild's meltdown continues with 4-0 loss to St. Louis

The 4-0 loss was a ghastly flop in a Central Division battle that felt like the team's most significant test of the season. The Wild has played nine games in February, winning only one. "It's getting pretty ugly," winger Zach Parise said.

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Defending Big D 1 hour ago
Monday Links: Mike Modano to Potentially Join the Minnesota Wild

Monday Links: Mike Modano to Potentially Join the Minnesota Wild

The Stars’ Legend might be returning to Minnesota to join the Wild in some capacity. Plus, the Blues keep soaring, Don Cherry doesn’t like fun, and more. After spending time away in Arizona with his wife and family, it seems like Mike Modano is potentially returning to the NHL. The Hockey Hall of Famer would not, however, be rejoining the Dallas Stars organization, but will instead be joining the Minnesota Wild: [Modano] has hung around the Wild a handful of times the past three months. According to sources, Modano met with Wild owner Craig Leipold and his brain trust, including team...
Hockey Wilderness 2 hours ago
Wilderness Walk: Woof ba-boof

Wilderness Walk: Woof ba-boof

Wilderness....... woof. What else can we say but woof. The Wild are falling fast, without a remedy to be seen beyond “play better” up and down the lineup. Meanwhile, Nino is lighting it up in Carolina, as many predicted. Alas. All that’s left to do is walk. Wild News Disastrous special teams play buries Wild vs. Blues | StarTribune.comStreaking St. Louis wins its 10th in a row, while Minnesota continues to struggle killing penalties. Souhan: This is a Wild team in freefall without a parachute | StarTribune.comJim Souhan thinks the Wild aren't competitive enough because they don't...
The Hockey Writers 5 hours ago

Blues Whip Wild With 3rd Straight Shutout

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Jordan Binnington made 31 saves and the St. Louis Blues posted their third straight shutout, beating the Minnesota Wild 4-0 on Sunday for their 10th straight win. Binnington made 21 saves to blank Arizona on Thursday, and Jake Allen s... The post Blues Whip Wild With 3rd Straight Shutout appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 14 hours ago

Wild still clinging to playoff spot after getting shut out by Blues

Sarah McLellan recaps the 4-0 loss to the Blues in her Wild wrap-up.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 14 hours ago

Special teams derail Wild in loss to Blues

Coach Bruce Boudreau discusses the 4-0 loss to the Blues on Sunday.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 16 hours ago

Blues dominate Wild 4-0

The St. Louis Blues won their 10th game in a row, subduing the Wild 4-0 at Xcel Energy Center on Sunday.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 16 hours ago

St. Louis 4, Wild 0

The Minnesota Wild played the St. Louis Blues at Xcel Energy Center Saturday. The Blues beat the Wild by a final score of 4-0.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 16 hours ago

Blues post 3rd straight shutout, beat Wild for 10th straight

Jordan Binnington made 31 saves and the St. Louis Blues posted their third straight shutout, beating the Minnesota Wild 4-0 on Sunday for their 10th straight win.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 17 hours ago

Disastrous special teams play buries Wild against Blues

Streaking St. Louis wins its 10th in a row, while Minnesota continues to struggle killing penalties.
Hockey Wilderness 20 hours ago
Gamethread: Wild vs Blues

Gamethread: Wild vs Blues

The 27-25-6 Minnesota Wild host the 30-22-6 St. Louis Blues in St. Paul today for a 2:00 PM matinee event on Hockey Day in America. The Blues are going for their 10th straight win to match a franchise record set back in the 2001-2002 season. Blues winger Vladimir Tarasenko has 19 points (10 goals, nine assists) in an NHL career-high 11-game point streak. Blues’ rookie goaltender Jordan Binnington will go for his eighth straight victory. With a win, Binnington would set the record for longest winning streak by a St. Louis rookie. He made 21 saves in a 4-0 win at the Arizona Coyotes on...
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 23 hours ago

Wild takes on surging Blues in matinee matchup

The Blues carry a nine-game win streak into St. Paul.
Hockey Wilderness Feb 17, 2019
Wild face red hot Blues, trying to revenge Friday night’s loss

Wild face red hot Blues, trying to revenge Friday night’s loss

Who will start in goal for the Wild? The biggest question in Sunday’s game. Yes, you read that correctly, the St. Louis Blues are currently the hottest team in the NHL as we speak. The Blues have now won nine games in a row following their 3-0 victory Saturday afternoon against Colorado. Down and out at one point in the season, the Blues are now sitting in the third spot in the Central Division with 65 points. As for the Wild, they need wins more than any team in the NHL, and after Friday night’s collapse there’s no telling who could be between the pipes for the Wild come Sunday...
Hockey Wilderness Feb 17, 2019
Wilderness Walk: Wild face streaking Blues

Wilderness Walk: Wild face streaking Blues

The Wild will hit the ice Sunday afternoon looking to end the streak the Blues have going for them. Nine straight wins, looking to tie a franchise record if they come out victorious against the Wild. Also, 13-3-1 in their last 17 road games that includes wins over Winnipeg, Washington, Tampa Bay and Nashville to just name a few. Also, the Wild will have to shut-down the first line of Schenn-O’Reilly-Tarasenko that has 37 points in the last nine games. Oh yeah, to make things worse, the Wild will face rookie goaltender Jordan Binnington who is 11-1-1 on the season. Tough match-up for a...

Mrazek gets 3rd shutout, Hurricanes beat Stars 3-0

Petr Mrazek stopped 33 shots in his third shutout of the season and the Carolina Hurricanes moved into a wild-card playoff spot with a 3-0 win over the Dallas Stars on Saturday night.

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