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Neal: Fitting for PWHL championship series to go distance
What happened on Sunday is not new to hockey. Most recently in the NHL, Florida's Carter Verhaeghe scored in overtime to beat Vegas in Game 3 of last year's Stanley Cup Final. The previous year, Colorado's Nazem Kadri did it against Tampa Bay in Game 4. And there have been many others. Now you can include Boston's Alina Müller to the list after her goal gave her team a 1-0, double-overtime ...
Posted: 05/27/2024

Minnesota tops Boston 4-1, grabs 2-1 lead in inaugural PWHL championship series
Michela Cava and Taylor Heise both had a goal and an assist to lead Minnesota to a 4-1 victory over Boston on Friday night, giving their team a 2-1 lead in the inaugural championship series of the Professional Women's Hockey League. Minnesota will host Game 4 in the best-of-five series on Sunday. Game 5, if necessary, would be played in Boston on Wednesday. It took just 59 seconds for Heise to slip a shot past Boston goaltender Aerin Frankel and give Minnesota the lead for good.
Posted: 05/25/2024

PWHL Minnesota draws thousands to cheer on spring hockey
Minnesota may be the self-proclaimed State of Hockey, but even the most ardent puckheads know when it's time to put the sticks and skates away. Once it's warm enough to open the windows and hear the jingle of an ice cream truck, hockey season's over. Long after the NHL's Minnesota Wild, who gave us that provincial slogan, missed the playoffs and wrapped up a disappointing season, the nickname-less Minnesota women play on — an upset in itself after trailing 0-2 in its first playoff series (more on that later). While Timberwolves fans celebrate their team's first Western Conference championship series in 20 years and debate where TNT broadcaster Charles Barkley should go to dinner (as if he'd actually listen), a PWHL championship series continues at the Xcel Energy Center, with Minnesota meeting Boston on Friday and Sunday in Games 3 and 4 of their best-of-five series.
Posted: 05/24/2024

Would Jake Guentzel Give the Wild A Hometown Discount?
Jake Guentzel is not from Minnesota but is one of our own. Guentzel recently wrapped up his season with the Carolina Panthers, losing in Round 2 to the New York Rangers. After playing seven years in Pittsburgh and one in Carolina, Guentzel will be an unrestricted free agent. Could he make it a homecoming in Minnesota?
Posted: 05/24/2024

With series tied at 1, PWHL Boston heads to Minnesota for Game 3 of Walter Cup Finals
Boston may still be reeling from a frustrating shutout defeat at home, one in which defender Jess Healey — who scored the winner in Game 1 — looked to have leveled the score early in the second period before the goal was waved off, the play apparently having been blown dead. Boston otherwise couldn't beat Minnesota netminder Nicole Hensley, who turned aside 20 shots to even the series. It's not clear who will have the net for the hosts in Friday's Game 3, as coach Ken Klee has rotated Hensley and Maddie Rooney throughout the season.
Posted: 05/23/2024

Konsta Helenius Can Fill Joel Eriksson Ek's Vacated Third-Line Role
After last season, there was no doubt: Joel Eriksson Ek was a No. 1 Center. Scoring 30 goals alongside Kirill Kaprizov while forming a terrific, dominant line at 5-on-5 settled the matter. The only issue with him being a No. 1 Center is that the price for making him one was the Minnesota Wild losing the best third-line center in the league... Joel Eriksson Ek. The Wild had a strong 1-2 punch down the middle with Eriksson Ek and Marco Rossi.
Posted: 05/22/2024

Can the Wild Bet It All On Jesper Wallstedt Next Season?
Believe it or not, the Minnesota Wild could start their charge toward the playoffs next season by trading their best goalie from last season. If you're looking to sneak some bar bet victories this summer, you might get some mileage out of the fact that Filip Gustavsson actually had the best save percentage among Wild goalies last year. Sure, we're only talking about a .899 mark, but it's surprising considering where Gustavsson's stock is compared to Marc-Andre Fleury (.895 save% in 2023-24). Of course, there are good reasons for the Wild to have shown more confidence toward Fleury down the stretch.
Posted: 05/21/2024

THE DRILL: Luverne's Owen Sudenga stands out in hockey and golf
May 14—LUVERNE — In his free time, Owen Sudenga enjoys watching sports. When he is not starring on the ice or on the golf course, the Luverne High School senior is a big Minnesota Vikings fan who likes to watch all of their games. He also follows the Minnesota Wild and watches a lot of PGA Tour events. None of that is a big surprise considering the athlete he is. Sudenga was a standout hockey ...
Posted: 05/15/2024

Toronto opens women's hockey playoffs against a hand-picked opponent. They won't say how they chose
“To be honest, from a hockey perspective, I think it would be somewhat irresponsible to tip my hat to the exact details,” Ryan said Monday night. Toronto played a central role in determining the final standings with its season-ending 5-2 win over Ottawa on Sunday night eliminating Ottawa and securing Minnesota its playoff berth.
Posted: 05/07/2024

A Chicago sports team reportedly is planning to make Milwaukee its home for a night in 2024
The Chicago Blackhawks have set a date for their second preseason game in three years at Fiserv Forum, the Sun-Times has reported.
Posted: 05/06/2024

Minnesota closes out PWHL regular season with fifth straight defeat
May 4—ELMONT, N.Y. — And the wait continues. Needing just one point to clinch third place and a postseason berth in the inaugural Professional Women's Hockey League season, Minnesota saw host New York get two goals from Jaime Bourbonnais and score three times on the power play for a 5-2 victory Saturday afternoon in front of a crowd of 1,563 at UBS Arena. Minnesota (8-4-3-9, 35 points), which ...
Posted: 05/05/2024

Wild rookie Brock Faber one of three finalists for Calder Trophy
Wild defenseman Brock Faber on Tuesday was named one of three finalists for the Calder Trophy, which is awarded annually to the NHL’s rookie of the year. The former Gophers star out of Maple Grove joins Chicago center Connor Bedard and New Jersey defenseman Luke Hughes as finalists for the award, which will be announced at the NHL awards show scheduled for June 27 in Las Vegas. Faber, 21, ...
Posted: 04/30/2024


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GAME STATS
GP W L OT
HOME 41 20 15 6
AWAY 41 19 18 4
TOTAL 82 39 33 10

MAY STATS
GP W L OT
HOME
AWAY
TOTAL 0 0 0 0

CENTRAL DIVISION
Team GP W L OT PTS GF GA
DAL 82 52 21 9 113 298 234
WPG 82 52 24 6 110 259 199
COL 82 50 25 7 107 304 254
NSH 82 47 30 5 99 269 248
STL 82 43 33 6 92 239 250
MIN 82 39 33 10 88 251 263
ARZ 82 36 41 5 77 256 274
CHI 82 24 52 6 54 183 290

WESTERN CONFERENCE
Team GP W L OT GD PTS
1. DAL 82 52 21 9 64 113
2. WPG 82 52 24 6 60 110
3. COL 82 50 25 7 50 107
4. VAN 82 49 24 9 46 107
5. EDM 82 49 27 6 57 104
6. LAK 82 44 27 11 41 99
7. NSH* 82 47 30 5 21 99
8. VGK* 82 45 29 8 22 98
9. STL 82 43 33 6 -11 92
10. MIN 82 39 33 10 -12 88
11. CGY 82 38 39 5 -18 81
12. SEA 82 34 35 13 -19 81
13. ARZ 82 36 41 5 -18 77
14. ANA 82 27 50 5 -91 59
15. CHI 82 24 52 6 -107 54
16. SJS 82 21 52 9 -130 51
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