The Minnesota Wild face the Colorado Avalanche tonight at 6:00 CT on home ice at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, after dropping the opening two games of the NHL playoff series in Denver. No NHL team has comeback from a 3-0 deficit since 1975, making tonight's matchup a 'must-win' for Minnesota.
Whether you're talking about the date 4/20, the time 4:20, the area code (420), or any other rendition of the number, '420' -- it has become the unofficial, universal symbol for the use and appreciation or marijuana. But what does it mean, and where did it come from?
The Minnesota Wild will try to even their NHL playoff series at a game apiece tonight against the Colorado Avalanche, after dropping the series opener 5-4 in overtime Thursday night in Denver. The puck drops at 8:30 pm CT for game two of the best of seven series, and can be seen on Fox Sports North.
Heavy snow is expected to continue this evening, with 7-13" of accumulation expected in St. Cloud by morning, with higher amounts to the north & east. A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect through 1 am tonight, including St. Cloud, Little Falls, Brainerd, Foley, Milaca, and Princeton.
Plan on a cold and soggy day in St. Cloud on Wednesday. In fact, the National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for just north & east of the St. Cloud area, in effect from 4 am Wednesday through 7 am Thursday for 4-8" of snow, including Little Falls, Brainerd, Milaca, and Princeton.
Ok, I'm putting this one in my 'WTF' file. Have we lost our overbearing, governmental minds? I'm all for hearing safety, but does the gov really need to be involved? Buy your own damn $1 ear plugs if you need 'em. Minneapolis has mandated that clubs provide ear plugs for live music. S-T-U-P-I-D.
Following last night's 7-4 loss to Union College in the NCAA Men's Hockey Championship, disappointed Minnesota Gopher fans spilled into the streets of Dinkytown despite warnings from University officials and police. Nineteen arrests were made, and the crowd was dispersed by late Saturday night.
Two men working for a company that's responsible for cleaning Target Field after games, were shot last night following the Twins game vs. Kansas City. The shooting took place around 3 am. They were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. No arrests have been made.
A massive police presence is expected this evening in Dinkytown to deter and deal with possible unruly Gopher fans spilling into the streets following tonight's NCAA Men's Hockey championship. Ten fans were arrested Thursday night following Minnesota's semi-final win over North Dakota.
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Baseball comes to Target Field for the first time in 2014 this afternoon against the Oakland Athletics. Opening Day is one of my favorite 'holidays.' The Twins are 3-3 after their first road trip of the season. Here are some pieces of information you'll want to know if you're heading to today's game.
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