Found October 29, 2012 on
Wild’s Ryan Suter has second thoughts about Craig Leipold comments
Luongo holding trade cards close to his chest
During Lockout, N.H.L. Coaches Try to Fill Free Time
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MINNEAPOLIS By now, Minnesota Wild forward Zach Parise should have already played in seven regular-season games with his new team. Instead of skating at Mariucci Arena on Sunday in a charity game, Parise should have been preparing to take on the Washington Capitals on Monday night at Xcel Energy Center.
Instead, the National Hockey League lockout has forced Parise and the rest...
MINNEAPOLIS A group of locked-out National Hockey League players decided to turn their downtime into a good cause.
More than 30 current and former NHL players gathered at Mariucci Arena on the University of Minnesota campus for the Defending the Blue Line charity hockey game. Shane Hudella, a First Sergeant in the Minnesota Army National Guard, started the program in 2009. His...
from Michael Russo of Russo's Rants,
Two days ago at the "Champs for Charity" game in Chicago, Ryan Suter talked with Craig Custance from ESPN the Magazine and took some swipes at the owners, including Wild owner Craig Leipold....
In the story, Suter questioned whether Leipold negotiated the 13-year, $98 million contracts given to he and Zach Parise in good...
The Houston Aeros, the AHL minor league affiliate of the NHL's Minnesota Wild, try to promote responsible drinking for adults by not allowing alcohol sales after the start of the 4th period. That's all well and good, except for one minor oversight: As any sports fan knows (or should know), pro hockey only has three periods.
The Aeros play their home games in the...