In sports everyone loves a good rivalry, and the National Hockey League is no exception. From Bruins-Canadiens to Red Wings-Avalanche, the NHL has a rich history of intense rivalries between teams and fan bases that love nothing more than to hate one another. Well, the league’s next rivalry might be brewing out in the Western […]
Mike Yeo is the right man to lead the Minnesota Wild in their quest for a Stanley Cup, at least in the minds of the franchise’s front office. On Saturday afternoon Wild general manager Chuck Fletcher announced that Yeo has agreed to a three-year contract extension that’s believed to be worth around $3 million.
There are few things in sports that can match the excitement and intensity of overtime in Game 7 of an NHL playoff series.
On Wednesday night, hockey fans were treated to three Game 7s to cap off what has been a memorable first round of the playoffs.
The shortened, 48-game NHL regular season is over and the conference seeds and matchups are set. It’s time for some playoff hockey.
On the warmest Fourth of July ever to hit the Upper Midwest, the Minnesota Wild suddenly became relevant, landing both Zach Parise and Ryan Suter to identical 13-year/$98 million (U.S.) contracts. One Minneapolis paper immediately called it the biggest sports signing in the area since the Vikings landed Brett Favre.
Please – this is much bigger.
Here’s a look at some players that are under contract at least through the 2012-13 season that could have a new address by the February 27th trade deadline.
With baseball wrapping up, no NBA season in sight, and the NFL only being on a couple times a week, looks like you’ll be turning to the ice for your sports fix. So kick back, relax and enjoy the conclusion of the MSF NHL Preview.