The Wild face yet another team tonight, but so much has changed. The Widl have scored again... the Wild have scored in three different ways: breakaways, power plays, and a shorthanded odd-man rush(!). Tonight, the Wild face the Sharks, in California. Will we see the new, improved Wild? Or is it a return to the sad, pathetic Wild of the past few weeks? We'll find out.
Before we walk, enjoy this performance from the No BS! Brass Band
Wild: Does victory signal start of Third Annual Rebound? | TwinCities.com
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- If there is a positive to take out of the Wild's Third Annual Midseason Slump, it's that they managed to rebound from the other two.
Wild notes: The tinkering stops; main power-play unit produces | StarTribune.com
Parise's goal was the Wild's first power-play goal on the road in 31 tries since Nov. 17. That spanned 13 games, which tied a team record. But coach Mike Yeo noted that people forget that early last month, the Wild actually had a power play ranked in the top 10 in the NHL.
From the Frozen Pond
NCAA Women's Hockey: What to Watch, Week 19 | Victory Press
Here are the games to watch this weekend.
Potomak's five points leads Gophers women's hockey over St. Cloud | StarTribune.com
With the victory, Gophers coach Brad Frost passed Laura Halldorson as the winningest coach in program history. His career record is 279-44-21 in nine seasons.
Off the Trail
Ottawa Senators to host CWHL Clarkson Cup next two years | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Sources close to the CWHL report the Clarkson Cup, the league's equivalent to the Stanely Cup, will be hosted by the Ottawa Senators and played at the Canadian Tire Centre for the next two years.
VIDEO: AHL game played in empty arena due to severe weather | theScore.com
Looks like a normal Florida Panthers game to me...
The Weekly Grab Bag: John Scott, Art Duncan, and the 1983 All-Star Game | Down Goes Brown
The inimitable Sean McIndoe is back, and always worth a read.