Found December 02, 2011 on
The first-place Minnesota Wild will aim for a third straight victory tonight, when they welcome the New Jersey Devils for an interconference clash at Xcel Energy Center.
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The Minnesota Wild may have to do without Niklas Backstrom for some or all of their upcoming five-game road trip after the veteran netminder suffered a lower-body injury in Friday's 4-2 win over the New Jersey Devils.Backstrom lasted just one period after allowing two goals on nine shots. He appeared to have injured himself early in the first period on Zach Parse's goal but...
Kyle Brodziak scored in the sixth round of the shootout as the Minnesota Wild moved into first place in the NHL's overall standings with a 3-2 triumph over the Northwest Division rival Edmonton Oilers on Wednesday.
Winners of seven of their last nine, the Wild (15-7-3, 33 points) skated past the idle Pittsburgh Penguins (14-7-4, 32 points) for the most points in the NHL.
The Minnesota Wild scored three goals on their first four shots and sent New Jersey goalie Martin Brodeur to the bench in the first period of a 4-2 win over the Devils on Friday night.
Dany Heatley, Kyle Brodziak and Casey Wellman scored in a 3:03 span of the first period to turn an early deficit into a 3-1 lead and knock Brodeur out of the game just 8:17 in.
Brodziak sealed the...
Tired of having to arrest so many sweaty, shirtless drunks and meth-heads in northern New Jersey, the police departments of Newark, Jersey City and Passaic have banded together with the front office of the New Jersey Devils to form a PSA, reminding locals that it's simply public decency to be fully clothed in public. Besides, nobody wants to see your saggy manboobs. So Get Your Jersey On.
Niklas Backstrom was injured, but Josh Harding made 22 saves in the Wild's 4-2 win over New Jersey
DENVER - The New Jersey Devils hoped the road would bring out the best in their team.
Instead, they came up with...
Coach Pete DeBoer hopes to get Andy Greene back
Says team can't lose three in a row
Kyle Brodziak scored in regulation and added the winner in the sixth round of the shootout as the Minnesota Wild beat the Edmonton Oilers 3-2 on Wednesday night to move into first place in the NHL standings.
Kyle Brodziak scored in the sixth round of the shootout to lift the Minnesota Wild over the Edmonton Oilers, 3-2.
Goalie played for Manitoba Moose
Five goals were scored in the first period in the first Wild-New Jersey Devils game in history without Jacques Lemaire on one of the two benches.