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  • NHL_WestConference

    Following are brief profiles of the 15 teams in the Western Conference ahead of the 2011-12 National Hockey League (NHL) season.- -CENTRAL DIVISIONCHICAGO BLACKHAWKSHead coach: Joel Quenneville2010-11 Record: 44-29-9Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane provide Chicago …

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    05 Oct 11
  • T-Wolves take down Target Center ad

    AP-MINNEAPOLIS — A big ad on the side of the Minnesota Timberwolves’ arena that couldn’t be missed from the Twins’ ballpark is coming down. But now it’s up to Target Corp., to decide what will …

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    05 Oct 11
  • Minnesota Vikings: Mid-Week Reports

    QB Donovan McNabb continues to struggle when it comes to making game-changing plays on third down. He was 3-for-10 for 5 yards, an interception and a 1-yard touchdown pass on third down in Sunday’s loss …

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    05 Oct 11
  • The Latest – October 5, 2011

    Here is the latest sports news: Vikings search for first win versus Cards. NBA gets more bad news. Lynx look to grab Game Two. Whalen and Augustus earn honors. Vikes Look For First Win This …

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    05 Oct 11
  • High-School-Results-220x145

    Volleyball Results:Marshall 3 New Ulm 0,St James 3 Waseca 1,MVL 3 Cedar Mt/Comfrey 0,BLH/Stewart 3 Cathedral,Springfield 3 Sleepy Eye 0,Wabasso 3 SESM 0,Lecenter 3 Madelia 1,Cleveland 3 Alden/Conger 0,Nicollet 3 St Clair 0,LCWM 3 M.L.G.H.E.C. …

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    05 Oct 11
  • More beer, fewer brawls at Germany’s Oktoberfest

    Revelers at Germany’s Oktoberfest, the world’s largest folk festival, consumed a record 7.5 million liters (1.65 million Imp gallons) of beer during the 17-day party which ended on Monday in blazing sunshine.

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    05 Oct 11
  • Russian media tycoon probed over talk show punch-up

    Russian billionaire and British media magnate Alexander Lebedev is being investigated for throwing a punch at a fellow entrepreneur on a prime time television talk show, prosecutors said Tuesday.

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    05 Oct 11
  • Late Chinese leader Mao Zedong is seen on a 100 yuan (15 USD) banknote in this photo illustration taken in Beijing December 9, 2010

    A sharp rise in China’s yuan currency might cut the U.S. trade deficit by as much as one third and create enough American jobs to put at least a modest dent in the unemployment rate.

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    05 Oct 11