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  • Wild Host Blues

    The Wild continue their three-game homestand tonight against the St. Louis Blues. Minnesota opened the homestand with a 1-0 setback to Chicago on Tuesday. The Wild have lost four-of-five overall to dip to 22-15-and-2. They …

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    11 Apr 13
  • Clippers Smoke Wolves, Love Has Surgery

    Chris Paul and Blake Griffin each scored 19 points as the Clippers smacked the Timberwolves, 111-95, at the STAPLES Center. Nikola Pekovic posted 20 points and five boards in the loss. Minnesota shot 39-percent from …

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    11 Apr 13
  • Royals Sweep Twins

    Billy Butler and Jeff Francoeur both homered as the Royals blanked the Twins 3-0 to sweep the three-game series. Joe Mauer and Chris Parmalee had two hits each for Minnesota, which fell to 4-and-5. The …

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    11 Apr 13
  • Warriors Tomahawk Wolves

    Klay Thompson tallied a game-high 30 points as the Warriors waxed the Timberwolves 105-89 in Oakland. Chase Budinger scored 17 points and Andrei Kirilenko had 15 for Minnesota, which has lost two-of-three. The T’wolves continue …

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    10 Apr 13
  • Blackhawks Blank Wild, Heatley Out Indefinitely

    Ray Emery made 20 saves to record his third shutout of the season and 14th of his career, as the Blackhawks blanked the Wild 1-0 at The X. Niklas Backstrom denied 30 of the 31 …

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    10 Apr 13
  • Royals Win Game Two

    Alcides Escobar was 3-for-4 with an RBI as the Royals got by the Twins, 7-4. Billy Butler went 2-for-4 with an RBI while Mike Moustakas also drove in a run for Kansas City. Joe Mauer, …

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    10 Apr 13
  • MIAC Men’s Track POW

    Gustavus traveled to Iowa to compete against some of the best Division III competition in the Midwest over the weekend, and the Gusties had plenty of highlights. The top Gustavus performance in the field events …

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    09 Apr 13
  • Sports-Results

    Baseball: Springfield 6 MVL 5, LCWM 5 Blue Earth 2, MLGHEC/Truman 1 Cleveland 0,

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    09 Apr 13