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  • 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
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    New Ulm’s Jackson Yackley get’s ready to make a free throw during the second half of an Eagle 75 to 54 loss to St Peter. Yackley finished with 20 points for New Ulm, now 4 …

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    19 Jan 13
  • Sports-Results

    Boys Hockey: Orono 7 New Ulm 5, STP/LSH/TCU 7 Fairmont 0,

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    18 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
  • Michigan Hands Minnesota 2nd Straight Loss

    Tim Hardaway scored 21 points on 7-of-8 shooting to lead number-five Michigan to a road win over number-12 Minnesota, 83-75. The Wolverines led by as many as 19 in the second half. Austin Hollins had …

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    18 Jan 13
  • Clippers Defeat Wolves

    Jamal Crawford scored 22 points off the bench to help the Clippers down the Timberwolves, 90-77, at the Target Center. Ricky Rubio scored four points with six assists in 27 minutes in the loss. It …

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    18 Jan 13
  • Sports-Results

    Womens Basketball: Gustavus 66 Augsburg 48, St Mary’s 68 St Olaf 56, Concordia 63 Bethel 39,

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    17 Jan 13