The Minnesota Wild have just announced that Zach Parise will miss 6 to 8 weeks with a broken sternum that happened towards the end of game 3.
The first two games of the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs have been problematic to say the least for the Minnesota Wild.
The Wolves are Wild are back in the playoffs! We breakdown a heartbreaking Wild loss in game 1 and relive an instant classic OT Wolves thriller to sneak in the playoffs. PLUS we’re joined by Bat Flip Sports owner Josh Koop to break it all down and even start a new segment. Plus: Will the Wild defensemen find a way to step up? Remaining needs for the Vikings going into draft season. We give out some Timberwolves awards. Josh finds something on par with ‘9 starting pitchers’. Diets. Twins (might?)…
For the first time in history, the Minnesota Wild and Winnipeg Jets will meet in the NHL playoffs.
This week, we have a scheduled interview with Sports Section NFL Draft correspondent Phil Bottjen go horribly awry. It involves an answering machine. ANYWAY, we struggle through our biggest NFL Draft needs for the Vikings and find new ways to bitch about the Timberwolves. Plus: Sam turns the tables by bitching about the Timberwolves bitching. The Twins are off and running! Did you hear about the bunt??? The Wild are officially in the playoffs. The Suter injury looms large. News around the NFL Which major sport is the most boring?…
Wild defensemen Ryan Suter will miss the rest of the season after fracturing his right ankle in a game against the Dallas Stars this past weekend.
It turns out Jordan Greenway will be making his way to St. Paul, but probably a little sooner than he would have liked.
The Minnesota Wild announced that recent call up Luke Kunin has a torn ACL and is out for the remainder of the season.
Summary: On this week’s episode, Noah takes us through a fun little game called “Love ‘Em or Leave ‘Em” to figure out exactly how much we want to retain certain Vikings free agents. Plus, we discuss whether or not there’s any chance of Case Keenum returning to the Vikings now that the team has decided not to use the franchise tag. And we talk Kirk Cousins, with Chris making him his A1 option to lead the team next year and Sam admitting he’s biased (and so are all of you).…
Here lies the St. Louis Blues 2017-18 season, pronounced dead on February 27th, 2018.