Nino Niederreiter by himself against the entire Buffalo Sabres team... Who ya got?
The Swiss Mister wasted no time getting in the scoring column after returning from a foot injury that had kept him sidelined for five games. Nino scored his first goal 69 seconds (nice) into the contest last night, and followed that up with two more markers to complete his second career hat trick by the 4:02 mark of the second period. It’s safe to say that Niederreiter enjoys playing against Buffalo, as he now has five goals in two games against the Sabres this season, and both of his career hatties have come against that team.
The Wild is fully healthy, and it is rolling. Minnesota has gained ground in the standings, as it is now back in the last Wild Card spot and five points behind third-place Nashville for a more secure playoff position.
Taking us through today’s Walk is Michael Bublé with his take on a classic feel-good tune.
Nino Niederreiter records hat trick to lead Wild to 6-2 win
The Dane Gamer.
With parents in attendance, Niederreiter puts on a show
Sarah McLellan reminds us that there was another feel-good element to Nino's night.
MN Wild's Tyler Ennis on recent success: 'This is the type of player I am'
He has been quite good lately...
On Frozen Pond
U.S. 'blindsided' by Sweden in World Junior semifinals
USA falls while wearing Buffalo Bills commemorative jerseys... Double whammy. The Americans are now playing for bronze.
Canada to play for world junior gold after crushing Czechs
Sweden will face Canada, after our polite neighbors to the north won big last night.
North St. Paul’s early jump dooms St. Paul Johnson in first-ever Tria Rink game
The Wild's new practice facility is officially open for business.
Off the Trail
NHL unveils futuristic All-Star Game uniforms
5 things we learned in the NHL: Golden Knights finally lose
The VGK's saw their winning streak snapped against the Blues, which actually hurts the Wild in the standings... Come on, Vegas!
Montoya traded to Oilers by Canadiens
Edmonton is apparently tired of backup Laurent Brossoit and his .886 save percentage.
International hockey chief wants NHL back for 2022 Olympics
Uhh... ya think?
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