Minnesota Sports
  • Wolves Play Tonight

    The Timberwolves resume their six-game homestand tonight against the San Antonio Spurs at Target Center. Minnesota is 1-and-3 on the stand so far following Monday’s 100-98 setback to Portland. The T’wolves are 18-and-27 on the …

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    06 Feb 13
  • Gustavus Smyth POW

    The Gustavus men’s hockey team helped itself out in the race for MIAC postseason bids by sweeping Hamline over the weekend. Junior Adam Smyth (Burnsville, Minn.) was the Gusties’ main offensive catalyst in the sweep, …

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    05 Feb 13
  • College Hockey Rankings

    The University of Minnesota men’s and women’s hockey teams continue to hold down the top spots in the USCHO.com national polls. The Golden Gopher women are undefeated at 26-and-0 and have won 36 straight games. …

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    05 Feb 13
  • Blazers Hang On, Defeat Wolves

    Former Blazer Dante Cunningham’s long jumper as time expired was short and Portland survived a furious comeback by Minnesota, 100-98. The Blazers led by 17 points with six-and-a-half minutes left in the game but Minnesota …

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    05 Feb 13
  • Coyotes Edge Wild

    Phoenix goalie Mike Smith made 32 saves to lead the Coyotes to a 2-1 win over the visiting Wild. Martin Hanzal and Lauri Korpikoski each lit the lamp for Phoenix. It was the fourth goal …

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    05 Feb 13
  • Gopher Men Edge Iowa

    Austin Hollins scored five points over the final 14 seconds as 24th-ranked Minnesota edged Iowa 62-59 on Sunday at Williams Arena. The Gophers held the Hawkeyes scoreless over the final 2:12. Hollins ended with 17 …

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    04 Feb 13
  • Wild Play In The Desert Tonight

    The Wild wrap up their brief two-game road trip tonight as they clash with the Coyotes in Phoenix. Minnesota opened the trip with a 3-1 setback in Anaheim on Friday. The Wild are 4-3-and-1 on …

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    04 Feb 13
  • Wolves Host Blazers

    The Timberwolves continue their six-game homestand tonight against the Portland Trail Blazers. Minnesota is 1-and-2 so far on the stand following Saturday’s 115-88 rout of New Orleans. The T’wolves are now 18-and-26 on the season. …

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    04 Feb 13