Tonight the Minnesota Wild will faceoff against the Boston Bruins in a St. Patrick's Day event at the TD Garden in Boston. The Wild are getting a red-hot Bruins team who has won their last 8 consecutive games. It's about time somebody knocked them down a peg, wouldn't you agree?
It won't be easy, but for Charlie Coyle it will basically be a home game as he will have an entire section reserved for friends and family. Hopefully he shows a big game for those that are making the trip to see him battle against his favorite team.
Not much new surrounding the team that doesn't involve the Coyle homecoming extravaganza. We do have the Big 10 Tournament seeding being announced as well as a man eating his hat. Enjoy the walk!
Wild's Charlie Coyle to make Boston homecoming before family and friends - TwinCities.com
Coyle will be back in his old stomping grounds tonight hoping to walk out of the Garden with a win against his favorite team.
Colin Doyle the hero as Rock defeat Minnesota Swarm in overtime | Toronto Star
The Swarm's season-long woes continued over the weekend.
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Last Monday's postponed game between the Stars and Blue Jackets has been rescheduled for Wednesday, April 9 in Dallas.
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NHL Recap - Carolina Hurricanes at Boston Bruins - Mar 15, 2014 - CBSSports.com
Jarome Iginla scored a pair of goals, backup goaltender Chad Johnson made 29 saves and the Eastern Conference-leading Bruins won their eighth straight, 5-1 over the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday afternoon.