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Former NHL Star Reaches Out To Help Area Girl Play Hockey
On Tuesday, a St. Cloud ten year old was resigned to the fact that she would not be able to play hockey this year due to her family's financial situation. By Thursday morning she was all signed up--and paid up-- thanks to a simple tweet by a local hockey dad and some help from a former NHL star…
Minnesota Wild Release 2013-14 Schedule
The Minnesota Wild released their schedule for the upcoming 2013-14 season, featuring 29 games against their new division rivals.
The Wild will play five games against Central Division foes Chicago (3 home, 2 road), five with Colorado (2H, 3R), four against Dallas (2H, 2R), and five with Nashville (3…
LeBlanc Signs Two Year Deal With Blackhawks
Former SCSU standout and Hobey Baker Award winner Drew LeBlanc signed a two-year deal with the Chicago Blackhawks.
The 24-year old LeBlanc played in two games last season for Chicago after helping St. Cloud State to a berth in the Frozen Four in 2013...
Wild Re-Sign Goalie Backstrom To Three-Year Contract
The Minnesota Wild have solved one of their biggest offseason mysteries already by signing goaltender Niklas Backstrom to a three year contract Monday.
Backstrom, 35, appeared in 42 regular season games (41 starts) in 2012-13. He posted a  24-15-3 record with a 2...
Wild Road Tour To Hit St. Cloud On June 26th
The Minnesota Wild Road Tour will reach 18 cities in three states over the span of three days. The tour will stop in St. Cloud on June 26th.
The St. Cloud stop is part of the first leg of the tour, and will feature Charlie Coyle, Jason Zucker and Wes Walz...
Blackhawks Rock Wild In Game Two Blowout
The Hawks got on the board first when Michael Frolik scored at 8:34 of the opening period for a 1-0 lead that would hold into the first intermission. Chicago outshot Minnesota 17-7 in the first period.

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