Minnesota Sports
  • Gusties Play Tonight

    The Gustavus Men’s basketball team returns to the hard court tonight when St Olaf comes to St Peter. The Gustie’s have won three straight and in third place in the MIAC. Tonight’s game tips off …

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    21 Jan 13
  • Gopher Women Lose

    The University of Minnesota women’s basketball team lost a home game to Nebraska yesterday 84-63. The Cornhuskers outscored the Golden Gophers 43-25 in the second half to make the game a rout. Leading Minnesota scorer …

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    21 Jan 13
  • Wolves Play Tonight

    The Timberwolves begin a stretch of three of their next four on the road when they face the Hawks tonight. Minnesota ended a five-game losing streak on Saturday as they defeated the Rockets, 92-79, to …

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    21 Jan 13
  • Wild Edge Stars

    Minnesota goaltender Josh Harding stopped all 24 shots he faced as the Wild blanked the Stars 1-0 last night in St. Paul. It was Harding’s first NHL start since was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in …

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    21 Jan 13
  • Twins Sign Duensing

    The Twins avoided arbitration with left-hander Brian Duensing by agreeing to a one-year deal. CAA Sports first reported the deal via Twitter. The pact is worth $1.3-million. Earlier this week, Minnesota also avoided arbitration with …

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    19 Jan 13
  • Wolves Play Tonight Without Pekovic

    The Timberwolves welcome the Houston Rockets to Target Center this evening. Minnesota fell to 16-and-20 after Thursday’s loss to the Clippers. The Wolves have dropped five straight and nine of their last 12 contests. The …

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    19 Jan 13
  • Wild Open Strike Shorten Season Tonight

    The Wild drop the puck on a shortened 48-game season tonight at Xcel Center when they skate against the Colorado Avalanche. Minnesota will have the chance to show off newly signed free agents Zach Parise …

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    19 Jan 13
  • Wild Open Season Saturday

    The Minnesota Wild kick off the strike-shortened 48-game season tomorrow when they host the Avalanche. It is the first game of a three-game homestand. Minnesota also faces Dallas on Sunday and Nashville on Tuesday.

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    18 Jan 13