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  • Wild Win On The Road

    Minnesota forward Dany Heatley scored two goals to lead the Wild to a 4-3 win over the Coyotes last night in Arizona. Minnesota held off a late third-period rally from Phoenix after taking a 4-1 …

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    01 Mar 13
  • State Wrestling Begins Today

    All three teams that won Minnesota High School state wrestling championships last year are back to defend their crowns this year. Apple Valley returns as the champ in Class 3-A and is seeking its eighth …

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    28 Feb 13
  • NSIC Conference Tournaments

    Here are Wednesday’s first-round results in the NSIC men’s basketball postseason tournament (winners play Saturday): St. Cloud State 95, Concordia-St. Paul 90 (final) Upper Iowa 86, Minot State 72 (final) Winona State 77, U-Mary 64 …

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    28 Feb 13
  • Gopher Basketball News

    The Golden Gopher women’s basketball teams hosts Penn State tonight at Williams Arena. Minnesota is 16-and-12 overall and 5-and-9 in the Big Ten. The Gophers lost a Sunday game at home to Purdue 75-63. Penn …

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    28 Feb 13
  • Wolves Play Tonight

    The Timberwolves continue their three-game road trip tonight in Los Angeles against the Lakers. Minnesota opened the trip with an 84-83 setback in Phoenix on Tuesday. The T’wolves are now 20-and-34 on the season. The …

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    28 Feb 13
  • Twins Pound Phillies

    Minnesota’s Ryan Doumit [[ DOH-mitt ]] belted a three-run homer as the Twins pounded the Phillies 12-5 in Fort Myers yesterday. Mark Sobolewski added three RBI, while Trevor Plouffe [[ PLOOF ]] and Drew Butera …

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    28 Feb 13
  • Twins Win

    Joe Benson and Eddie Rosario both clubbed home runs as the Twins doubled up the Blue Jays 8-4 in Dunedin. Mike Pelfrey allowed three runs in one-and-two-thirds innings in his spring debut. Justin Morneau had …

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    27 Feb 13
  • Wild Sneak By Flames, Clutterbuck To IR

    Zach Parise scored the go-ahead goal 27 seconds in to the third period as the Wild clipped the Flames 2-1 at The X. Jason Zucker also lit the lamp, while Niklas Backstrom made 20 saves …

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    27 Feb 13