Josh Harding will miss some time to start a new MS treatment. (Ann Heisenfelt/Associated Press) Minnesota Wild goaltender Josh Harding has been having an absolutely phenomenal start to the 2013-14 season. With starter Niklas Backstrom struggling to start the season before enduring a hard hit from Toronto’s Nazem Kadri back on Nov. 13, Harding has put his team on his back and the...
Soon after the Wild touched down in Pittsburgh late Wednesday afternoon to begin a three-game road trip Thursday, the team announced that goaltender Josh Harding wasn’t on the flight.
Harding, the Wild’s rock through the first 36 games and maybe the NHL’s biggest surprise this season, was placed on injured reserve to make a minor adjustment to his treatment protocol for multiple...
Josh Harding has been perhaps the feel-good story of the NHL season, putting up numbers unmatched for a goalie after revealing that he has multiple sclerosis.
The Minnesota Wild goalie was placed on injured reserve Wednesday night to give him time to make adjustments to medication, and the team is confident he will return in top form.
''Over the next week, Josh will make...
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No player has been more important to the Minnesota Wild's 20-11-5 start than goaltender Josh Harding.
Minnesota will have to play down a key contributor for at least three games as the Wild placed Harding, 29, on injured reserve Wednesday so he can make an adjustment in his medication for multiple sclerosis.
"Over the next week, Josh will make a minor adjustment to his...
#mnwild with own version of @TheGreenMen…We like Green @NordyWild better. pic.twitter.com/5zuAPq1RIW — Minnesota Wild (@mnwild) December 18, 2013 As any NHL fan will tell you, the Vancouver Green Men, the dynamic duo of Canucks fans made famous by their madcap antics during games at Rogers Arena while wearing skin-tight, green spandex suits (in an homage […]The post Minnesota...
As a tribute to the Canucks’ famous Green Men – whose antics have become a fixture near the penalty boxes in Vancouver – the Minnesota Wild’s mascot, Nordy, dressed himself in a green suit for Tuesday’s Wild-Canucks game in Minnesota. It was weird. The post Minnesota Wild mascot dresses in Green Man suit, makes us all uncomfortable appeared first on The Nosebleeds.
Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz was right. There is no place like home.
Just ask Keith Ballard, the former Vancouver Canuck defenceman who is now back home playing for the Minnesota Wild.
It was only a matter of hours after the Canucks bought out the final two years of his $4.2-million-a-season contract this past summer that Ballard inked a two-year deal worth $1.5 million a season...
Mikko Koivu scored the winner in the shootout and Josh Harding made two glove saves, helping the Minnesota Wild rally for a 2-1 win over the Colorado Avalanche on Saturday night.
Koivu beat Semyon Varlamov with a shot just under the crossbar. Zach Parise also scored for the Wild in the shootout.
Matt Duchene had a shootout goal for the Avs, but Harding then stopped P.A. Parenteau...
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Minnesota Wild center Charlie Coyle may not have thought much about giving a little wave in the front row to a young boy during warmups before a recent game. However, the boy's priceless reaction proves that even the smallest gestures of kindness can mean a lot.Video via NHL.
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The Minnesota to Iowa expressway continues for the Wild.
Minnesota recalled Erik Haula on Friday from Iowa, itsaffiliate in the American Hockey League and reassigned Jason Zucker to Iowa.
Haula, the former University of Minnesota star, played insix games for the Minnesota Wild earlier this season, and had two assists. Hehas seven goals and seven assists in twenty games to lead...
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Charlie Coyle gets it.
The 21-year-old Minnesota winger is only in his second year in the NHL, but he’s already acting like a veteran. While warming up before a game earlier in the season, the Wild forward saw a youngster on the glass who was waving at him and trying to get his attention. Coyle responded with a wave of his own, and the result was pretty spectacular.
The young boy...
Mathew Dumba will soon be getting more playing time.
The Minnesota Wild assigned Dumba, the team's 2012first-round pick, to the Canadian national junior team Wednesday in orderfor Dumba to play with the team during the 2014 IIHF World Junior championshipsin Sweden starting on Dec. 26.
Dumba, 19, has played in 13 games with Minnesota this seasonbut has been a healthy scratch...
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