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    Results for 12/18/14: Boy’s Basketball: MVL 64 Nicollet 49, BOLD 64 Cedar mt/Comfrey 56, Red Rock Central 56 RTR 54, Adrian 65 Wabasso 31, Lesueur/Hen 66 Loyola 55,   Girl’s Basketball: Lester Prairie/HT 63 Cathedral …

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     The Timberwolves wrap up their short two-game road swing tonight in Boston against the Celtics.  Minnesota has lost three in-a-row after Tuesday’s 109-95 setback to the Wizards in DC.  The T’wolves sit at 5-and-19.  The …

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    Loui Eriksson scored the winning goal 1:30 into overtime lifting the Bruins to a 3-2 win over the Wild at Xcel Energy Center.  Kyle Brodziak and Jason Pominville scored for Minnesota, which has dropped three …

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     Thomas Vanek, Nino Niederreiter and Marco Scandella all scored for the Wild in their 5-3 loss to the Blackhawks in Chicago.  Niklas Backstrom stopped just 34 of the 38 shots he faced for Minnesota, which …

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