Welcome to the slow
offseason Olympic break.
Souhan: Can Wild ride recent success to playoffs? | Star Tribune
Everyone's favorite "hockey" writer knocks the team down a peg.
Wild GM Fletcher considering options during Olympic break | ProHockeyTalk
The Wild could use some help on the blue line.
Tending the Fields
Solar Bears open home stand with 4-1 win over Gwinnett | www.wftv.com
Just 2:58 into the first period, Gwinnett grabbed the lead. A pass from the left corner from F Dirk Southern found F Marshall Everson in the low slot, and be blasted a one-time shot into the back of the net to give the Gladiators a 1-0 lead.
Levesque's hat trick spurs Mallards to victory
The largest crowd of the season for the Quad-City Mallards was treated to a show Saturday night.
Know the drill: Roughnecks dig out 15-13 road win over Swarm | National Lacrosse League
The Swarm drop another one, at home.
Off the Trail
Frustrated over goalless season, Alex Burrows pulls Phil Kessel’s lustrous, flowing hair (Photo) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
After the hair pull Burrows could be seen violently slapping and kicking at Kessel.
N.H.L. Weighs Effects of Olympics - NYTimes.com
About 140 of the N.H.L.’s best will participate in the men’s Olympic hockey tournament starting Wednesday in Sochi, Russia.
Why America's best chance for hockey gold comes from Minnesota | The Register Citizen
Forward Amanda Kessel is the most heralded University of Minnesota player on the U.S. women’s Olympic hockey team but the blue line is distinctly maroon and gold, with four current or former Gophers accounting for more than half of the defense corps.
Olympic Hockey Preview: Group C | Team of 18,001
Giles breaks down Group C Olympic rosters.
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