The Minnesota Wild won both of their weekend games in overtime. First, they beat the Anaheim Ducks 3-2, and just last night, they beat the San Jose Sharks 4-3.
They play again at home tomorrow night.
Wild blow 3-0 lead but win on Nino Niederreiter’s overtime goal | Pioneer Press
“Nino Niederreiter scored 3:26 into overtime and the Minnesota Wild beat the San Jose Sharks 4-3 on Sunday night after squandering a three-goal lead.”
String of penalties sting but don't sink Wild in win over Sharks | Star Tribune
“Although the Wild was ultimately able to persevere, pulling out a 4-3 win in overtime, the parade to the penalty box nearly cost the team.”
Stalock grateful to Sharks for support through severe injury | Star Tribune
“The Sharks re-signed current Wild goalie Alex Stalock while he was sidelined from a severe cut to the back of his leg — a gesture that made Sunday's reunion extra meaningful.”
On the Frozen Pond
2018 WJC Team USA Preview | The Hockey Writers
“The United States look to retain their gold medal victory from last year. If they are to do so, it will be done on home soil.”
2018 WJC Team Belarus Preview | The Hockey Writers
“Who doesn’t love an underdog, right? Well, Team Belarus may not be as much of an underdog as one might think.”
Off the Trail
Buffalo Sabres Miss Marcus Foligno Badly | The Hockey Writers
They don’t, not really, but if they did, Stewart, Ennis, and Foligno for Pominville seems fair.
NHL Trade Rumors: Simmonds, Cullen, and Goaltenders | The Hockey Writers
Matt Cullen has actually been pretty bad for the Wild this season, and if anyone offers anything for him, the Wild should seriously consider taking it.
NHL Trade Rumors: Karlsson, Hutchinson, More | The Hockey Writers
Erik Karlsson potentially on the move could be a big game changer, no matter where he lands.
Is it a slump or is regression setting in for the Winnipeg Jets? | NBC Sports
Might regression be hitting the Winnipeg Jets at the moment? It’s a question Jets fans are asking themselves after a three-game trip with just one point to show for it.
Jaden Schwartz’s ankle injury derails career-year pace | NBC Sports
The St. Louis Blues loose one of their second leading scorer for the foreseeable future.