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Minnesota Wild Season Preview

The Minnesota Wild are a curious group. Fresh off a roller coaster ride of a season a year ago, the newly led Wild look to build off a somewhat disappointing 2014-15 campaign. Finishing the season with 87 points (the only team makes last year's Stanley Cup playoffs with less than 90 points), the Wild backed into playoffs, lost in six games to the team formerly known as the Minnesota North
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Previewing the NHL’s Tough Central Division

Last year’s Stanley Cup champions, the Chicago Blackhawks, came out of the Western Conference’s Central Division. Will the same division produce the 2015-16 season champions? We wouldn’t bet against it. This is our 2015-16 Central Division preview. Colorado Avalanche Defense was the weakest point for a weak team in Colorado last year. The offseason addition of veteran D Francois Beauchemin will help, but it won’t matter much unless the offense
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2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Granlund and Dubnyk Leading Charge For Hungry Wild

The Minnesota Wild are in prime position to advance to their first Stanley Cup in team history. Coach Mike Yeo has been able to get production out of a roster that wasn't projected to make the postseason at the onset of the 2014-15 campaign. A huge reason for the teams success has been some phenomenal play from the top line, especially when it comes to Mikael Granlund, who has been integral
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NHL: Are The Minnesota Wild Interested In Jonas Enroth?

Within reach of a playoff berth, the Minnesota Wild are looking to make a splash at the trade deadline. According to Elliotte Friedman on Sportsnet 960, the Wild are looking into Buffalo Sabres goalie Jonas Enroth as a possibility. “And the other one is the goaltending. They can’t get healthy there, and they can’t get enough of a save there. Now I reported on the weekend I’d heard that they’d
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NHL : Team USA Unveils Men’s 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Hockey Roster

[caption id="attachment_20270" align="aligncenter" width="652"] Dave Sandford/NHLI via Getty Images[/caption] ANN ARBOR – Team USA unveiled their 2014 Winter Olympic Games men's hockey roster, shortly after Toronto's shootout win over Detroit in the 2014 Winter Classic. There were some snubs, some new faces, and some returning members of the 2010 team. First off are the forwards. The team features a nice blend of skilled scorers, as well as gritty defensive forwards. The
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Inscriber Digital Magazine : NHL Power Rankings

[caption id="attachment_18492" align="aligncenter" width="594"] (Jeff Gross/Getty Images North America)[/caption] It's hard to believe that over one month has passed since the start of the 2013-14 NHL season, which began on October 1st. Many surprise teams have taken the league by storm, while some disappointments have upset their respective fan bases. There is one conference that has annihilated the other, along with many other intriguing storylines. Here are the power rankings
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NHL Power Rankings: February 19, 2013

The Chicago Blackhawks are the only team left unbeaten in regulation and they remain atop the rankings.  There is a little movement among the top five. Chicago Blackhawks (12-0-3) Last Week:1 - Is there any doubt as to who is the best team in hockey is?  The Hawks have yet to lose in regulation, thanks to that high powered offense.  Even with Corey Crawford missing the last two games the Blackhawks keep
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NHL Power Rankings: February 4, 2013

Two-weeks into the season and already we are seeing which teams are poised to make deep playoff run. Here is the first NHL power ranking from The Inscriber. San Jose Sharks (7-0-1 15pts)- It was definitely a close call between first and second this week. The Sharks just lost their first game of the season on Saturday in a shootout. They have the third best offense in the Western Confernce