Recap The St. Louis Blues dropped game one of their opening round series against the Minnesota Wild on Thursday night by a count of 4-2. Minnesota’s Jason Zucker opened the scoring for the Wild just 2:47 into the game. After sending a low shot from a poor angle, Zucker picked up his own rebound and […]
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Jason Zucker and Matt Dumba gave Minnesota a two-goal lead through two periods and the Wild kept chances to a minimum for Devan Dubnyk, opening the playoffs strong with a 4-2 victory over the St. Louis Blues on Thursday night.
Jaden Schwartz and Alexander Steen scored in the third period for the Central Division champion Blues, but too little and too late. Game 2 is on Saturday...
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Minnesota Wild forward Jason Zucker scores an absolutely beautiful goal in game one against the St. Louis Blues. Zucker missed 27 games to a broken Clavicle. Zucker's return is like getting a player at the trade deadline. Zucker adds another speedy forward to an already fast lineup.
NASHVILLE, TN – OCTOBER 08: Ryan Suter #20 of the Minnesota Wild skates against Craig Smith #15 of the Nashville Predators at Bridgestone Arena on October 8, 2013 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)
It was a little bit after 10PM Central time on Tuesday when you heard a collective sigh of relief as the Wild clinched a spot in the 2015 Stanley Cup...
Jason Pominville scored with 2:03 remaining in regulation to give the Minnesota Wild a 4-2 victory over the Nashville Predators on Thursday night.
Jason Zucker scored twice and Marco Scandella had the other goal for Minnesota, which extended its franchise-record road winning streak to 12 games.
Filip Forsberg and Seth Jones had the goals for Nashville, loser of the last five games...
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CHICAGO (AP) The Minnesota Wild got a big lift Tuesday night when forward Jason Zucker returned from a broken collarbone.
Zucker missed 27 games after he was hurt in the first period of a 5-3 victory over Vancouver on Feb. 9. He had surgery and was expected to miss three months, but was in the starting lineup for a big road game at Chicago.
''This is a hard time of the year to be...
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19 days ago
View image | gettyimages.com The Minnesota Wild received some really good news. Their speedy forward Jason Zucker may return to the lineup sooner than expected. In 48 games, Zucker has scored (18g-5a—23pts). Zucker's 18 goals rank him fourth on the team in goal scoring despite missing the last 24 games. After watching Jason Zucker skate through a full-throttle practice Friday...
Jason Zucker is a lucky man.
The Minnesota Wild forward narrowly avoided a significant injury Sunday afternoon at the Staples Center after he was whistled for a tripping penalty. The scene on the ice could have been much, much worse, though, as the skate of Los Angeles Kings forward Kyle Clifford struck Zucker in the face on the play.
Fortunately, it looks like Clifford’s blade...
Throughout his short career with the Minnesota Wild, Jason Zucker has found himself on the wrong side of a lineup that is continually getting better each year. Additions in free agency, trades and the growing maturity of other players his age have caused him to be overlooked in many situations. Add in the fact that his once and by some accounts still potentially budding career has...
Jason Zucker is staying in the Minnesota Wild organization. Zucker just might not be at the NHL level.
Zucker, a restricted free agent this offseason, signed a two-year contract with Minnesota on Tuesday. The deal includes a two-way option in 2014-15 that could see him sent to the team's American Hockey League affiliate in Iowa, and a one-way contract for 2015-16.
Zucker, 22, had...