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  • Wolves Host Knicks Tonight

    The Timberwolves wrap up their six-game homestand tonight against the New York Knicks. Minnesota is just 1-and-4 on the stand following Wednesday’s 104-94 setback to San Antonio. The T’wolves sit at 18-and-28 on the season. …

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    08 Feb 13
  • Canucks Hand Wild Third Straight Loss

    Four different players scored for the Canucks in their 4-1 win over the Wild at The X. Tom Gilbert scored the lone goal in the third period for the Wild, who have lost three straight. …

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    08 Feb 13
  • Wild Play Tonight, Shuffle Lines

    The Wild start a brief two-game homestand tonight against the Vancouver Canucks. Coverage begins at 6:30pm, face off at 7pm on 860 AM KNUJ. Minnesota will then host Nashville on Saturday before traveling to Calgary …

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    07 Feb 13
  • Wolves Get Beat By Spurs

    San Antonio won its 11th straight game with its 104-94 victory over the Timberwolves last night at Target Center. Tony Parker scored 31 points to go with eight assists and Danny Green added 28 points …

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    07 Feb 13
  • Gopher Men Fall To Spartans

    Garry Harris played with a bad back. Keith Appling hurt his shoulder. Despite all of the ailments, Michigan State looked plenty healthy in the second half. Harris scored 15 points, Appling added 14 and the …

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    07 Feb 13
  • Gophers Play MSU

    The 18th-ranked Minnesota Golden Gophers battle the number-eight Michigan State Spartans tonight in Big Ten action in East Lansing. The Gophers have won two in-a-row following Sunday’s 62-59 victory over Iowa. Minnesota sits at 17-and-5 …

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    06 Feb 13
  • 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