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Broad Street Hockey

Preview: Flyers head to the State of Hockey for matchup against Wild

Photo by Bruce Kluckhohn/NHLI via That’s wild. The Philadelphia Flyers (20-21-8) embark on a two-game road trip to end the month of January and head into the all-star break. They start in America way up north against the Minnesota Wild (25-17-4). This Wild team has just been kicked out of the third spot in their division by the Colorado Avalanche, who, despite having some injury problems, have made their way back into the playoff picture. The Flyers? Well, they’re still at the bottom of the Metropolitan Division. These two teams are oddly similar in their last 10...

Puck Prose

State of the Hurricanes: Three Potential Deadline Acquisitions

After Hurricanes’ forward Max Pacioretty suffered an Achilles tear versus the Minnesota Wild Thursday, General Manager Don Waddell discussed the injury with The Athletic’s Pierre LeBrun. “That was the most somber I’ve seen a locker room after a game we won,” Waddell said. “That was awful.” Pacioretty’s injury took place with 19 seconds left in […] State of the Hurricanes: Three Potential Deadline Acquisitions - Puck Prose - Puck Prose - NHL

PensBurgh

Pens/Panthers Recap: Letang is the hero with OT goal and four points in first game back

Photo by Justin Berl/ The Penguins and Panthers both have goalie drama and it shows. Pittsburgh holds on for a wild 7-6 overtime victory. Kris Letang records two goals and two assists, including the winner in his return from injury and the death of his father Pregame The good news for the Penguins: Kris Letang is back from injury and in the lineup for the first time in almost a month. The bad news for the Penguins: goalie drama is back. Mike Sullivan announced Tristan Jarry as the starter after the morning skate, but plans change. Jarry apparently injured somewhere...

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Panthers’ offensive resurgence continues with five goals in win over Minnesota Wild; Ekblad, Bennett injured

The Panthers lost defenseman Aaron Ekblad in the first period to an upper-body injury, and center Sam Bennett left, also with an upper-body concern, in the second.

Canes Country

Pacioretty re-injures Achilles, more than likely to miss remainder of season

Photo by Jaylynn Nash/ Just two weeks after returning to game action following a lengthy recovery from surgery to repair the torn Achilles, Pacioretty re-injured it Thursday night against the Minnesota Wild. In a brutal turn of events, it was confirmed that Max Pacioretty tore his right Achilles tendon — the same one that he had torn four months prior during offseason training — after the team announced he was put on IR Friday night. While the writing was on the wall following the grim mood in Carolina’s locker room Thursday night, an MRI Friday confirmed that the...

The Hockey Writers

3 Takeaways From Hurricanes’ 5-2 Win vs. Wild

The Carolina Hurricanes got back into the win column with a dominant 5-2 victory over the Minnesota Wild as goalie Frederik Anderson improved to 3-0 since returning from injury earlier…

Canes Country

Canes’ victory spoiled as Pacioretty exits with final-minute injury

Photo by Josh Lavallee/NHLI via What should have been an exuberant celebration thanks to a 5-2 win and multiple new career highs being set, quickly turned grim as the veteran winger left with a bad-looking injury. Thursday night at PNC Arena should have capped off with an uproar from the stands that carried a blissful buzz throughout the locker room, but despite a 5-2 thrashing of the Minnesota Wild, the Carolina Hurricanes demeanor was grim. One that was full of concern for one of their own. With just 19 seconds remaining in the game, Max Pacioretty pulled up, took a...

Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Pacioretty's injury overshadows Hurricanes' 5-2 win vs. Wild

The Carolina Hurricanes had just started to get their first looks at Max Pacioretty, who they hoped would become another needed scoring option for a Stanley Cup contender.

Canes Country

About Last Night: A good team win

James Guillory-USA TODAY Sports Despite a sour note to end the night, the Carolina Hurricanes had a great team win Thursday against the Minnesota Wild. The Carolina Hurricanes returned to the ice after a few days off with a win Thursday night, as the Canes beat the Minnesota Wild 5-2 in a strong teamwide effort. Five different players scored for the Hurricanes in the game, while Frederik Andersen played another fantastic game between the pipes since returning from injury. There was a lot of good — and some misfortune — for the Canes, but it was a good strong team...

Sportsnet.ca

Hurricanes place Max Pacioretty on injured reserve

The Carolina Hurricanes have placed forward Max Pacioretty on injured reserve after he sustained a lower-body injury Thursday night against the Minnesota Wild, the team announced.

Canes Country

Quick Whistles: Vancouver Loss, Sebastian Aho, and Injuries

Photo by Josh Lavallee/NHLI via The Hurricanes couldn’t hold it together late against the Canucks, and now they’ll aim to bounce back against the Wild. It was a much more productive week for the Carolina Hurricanes, who collected two wins in three tries to end their four-game losing streak, but the way it ended via a 4-3 shootout loss to the Vancouver Canucks was a sour note to enter a three-day break on. The Hurricanes managed to pick up five of a possible six points after ending their skid, though, a string of movement in the standings that is responsible for...

Canes Country

Carolina Hurricanes vs. Minnesota Wild: Preview, lineups and game discussion

Photo by Josh Lavallee/NHLI via The Hurricanes will look to return to action with a victory tonight. Coming off a frustrating shootout loss to the Vancouver Canucks on Sunday, the Hurricanes will hope for a better effort and result against another cross-conference opponent tonight with the Minnesota Wild coming to town. The Hurricanes will be in line for some reinforcements, with captain Jordan Staal set to return from a one-game absence, and Max Pacioretty making a possible return. Frederik Andersen will make his third start since returning from injury; he’s...

Eyes On The Prize

Alex Belzile has another big night in Rochester

Laval Rocket The captain was key as the beleaguered Rocket collected another win. The wild start to 2023 continued for the Laval Rocket as they rolled back into Rochester for another meeting with the Americans. Last week in the same fixture, they fired 42 shots on net and found themselves on the losing end of a 2-1 game despite a strong showing. In the rematch the Rocket were now without Jesse Ylönen, Rem Pitlick, and Rafaël Harvey-Pinard who were called up due to the injury crisis in Montreal. That meant the Rocket were down to the bare minimum of available players...

The Hockey Writers

Wild’s Roster Gets Shake Up With Return of Duhaime

The Minnesota Wild have had two major issues follow them throughout this season; the first is their penalty troubles and the second is injury issues. They’ve had some minor injuries…

Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Mats Zuccarello out, Brandon Duhaime back in Wild lineup

Brandon Duhaime has missed the past 18 games, while Mats Zuccarello suffered an injury Wednesday against Tampa Bay.

Hockey Wilderness

Big Time Lineup Update: Duhaime returns, Zuccarello out

Photo by Bruce Kluckhohn/NHLI via The Wild have had to change their lineup. The Minnesota Wild are travelling to face the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday and we will be seeing a modified lineup due to some returns from injury, some players battling injuries and their replacements. Brandon Duhaime has not played a game since Nov. 23 due to an upper-body injury and he will be making his return against the Sabres. And while his return is going to cause head coach Dean Evason to really try and figure out who to bring out of a Wild lineup that has been playing excellent hockey,...

Rare puck-handling miscues by Jordan Binnington mean no New Year's Eve party for Blues

Team loses 5-2 against the Minnesota Wild; Tarasenko leaves early with apparent hand injury.

Neiderreiter notches hat trick against Sabres in return from injury

Nino Neiderreiter got injured before the Christmas break and returned to the lineup in style, scoring a hat trick for the Wild against the Sabres.

Zucker on charitable efforts, recovering from surgery for successful season with Wild

Jason Zucker joined Jeff Marek to talk about his success with the Wild so far, why he’s donating $1,600 per goal to charity, and what it was like coming back from surgery.

Wild plagued by early season injuries

HC at Noon panel discuss the woes of an injury ridden Minnesota Wild team, and how Bruce Boudreau will overcome the challenge.