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2009-10 Collector's Choice #72 Mikko Koivu

Minnesota Wild: A Tradition of Busted Hopes

Much like the New Year, a new NHL season is also a time to hope. Minnesota Wild fans have hopes that cross and are at a crossroads this New Year: […]

by · January 2, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Hockey History, Minnesota Wild
Top Four Minnesota Wild Goaltenders All-Time

Top Four Minnesota Wild Goaltenders All-Time

The third edition of this article series looking at the history of the Minnesota Wild looks at the franchise’s top four goaltenders of all time. The Minnesota Wild have been a strong […]

by · November 12, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Hockey History, Minnesota Wild
The Stanley Cup Playoffs will likely have a much different look soon (cr: mastermaq@flickr)

Top 10 Greatest Stanley Cup Playoff Upsets (Picks 1-5)

Hockey fans were taken through a bit of history as the timeline ranged from the 1930s to 2006. If history has shown hockey fans anything, then it has illustrated that there are no guarantees when the Stanley Cup playoffs begin.

Tim Thomas will likely draw interest from teams such as the Flyers (and maybe the Islanders), but what will it cost to bring the netminder over? (Photo Credit: Andy Martin Jr)

No, Tim Thomas Should Not Be Criticized for Skipping White House Visit

Mike Miccoli, Boston Bruins Correspondent For the opposing viewpoint on this issue, check out my colleague Jim Neveau’s piece.  When I think of the 2010-11 Boston Bruins club, I think of […]

by · January 23, 2012 · 4 comments · Boston Bruins, News/Commentary
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A Wild, Wild, Western Conference

 While the early season success of the Minnesota Wild is hardly surprising, their amazingly consistent play under first year head coach Mike Yeo has enabled the team to compete in […]

by · November 25, 2011 · 1 comment · Minnesota Wild
Salary Cap World: Preparing For The Offseason Fallout

Salary Cap World: Preparing For The Offseason Fallout

The season may be winding down, but there’s still the playoffs lurking right around the corner. It may seem like a short time, but the offseason is a long way off. While some teams will undoubtedly be looking at the 09-10 season sooner than others one thing is certain; the elite teams that have spent up to the salary cap ceiling will have to do some creative work to hold together for next year.