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  • Granlund lifts Wild in OT

    ST. PAUL, Minn. It took 65-plus excruciating, tense-filled, nail-biting minutes, but the Minnesota Wild finally found a way to beat Semyon Varlamov. The Vezina Trophy contender brought his "A" game into Xcel Energy Center for Game 3 on Monday night and...
  • Granlund's goal lifts Wild in OT

    ST. PAUL, Minn. It took 65-plus excruciating, tension-filled, nail-biting minutes, but the Minnesota Wild finally found a way to beat Semyon Varlamov. The Vezina Trophy contender brought his "A" game into Xcel Energy Center for Game 3 on Monday night and...
  • MacKinnon, Avs off to fast start

    Nathan MacKinnon was in his bedroom well, Jean-Sebastien Giguere's basement, where the Colorado Avalanche teenager has been living all season when the Avalanche backup goaltender and 2003 Conn Smythe Trophy winner called MacKinnon upstairs for dinner. It...
  • MacKinnon-Stastny-Landeskog line leads Avs past Wild

    MacKinnon-Stastny-Landeskog line leads Avs past Wild DENVER -- The young Colorado Avalanche are proving experience does not matter in their first postseason in four years. In fact, the younger the better. Nathan MacKinnon and Paul Stastny had a goal...
  • Avs hold off Wild, 4-2

    DENVER Speed kills, and arguably the fastest skater in the NHL is slaughtering the Minnesota Wild's playoff hopes. One game after Colorado Avalanche teenage star Nathan MacKinnon assisted on three goals in a Game 1 victory, the Wild again had no answer...
  • Paul Klee: Check Semyon Varlamov after Avalanche's second game

    DENVER The Colorado Avalanche stole the Central Division, broke records and brought playoff hockey back to Colorado. The School of Roy added a must-read chapter in coaching. But if the Avs fall short of the Stanley Cup finals, would they be...
  • Preview: Wild at Avalanche

    Paul Stastny made history in the series opener, becoming the first player in NHL playoff history to score the tying goal in the last 15 seconds of regulation and the winner in overtime. Stastny and the Colorado Avalanche hope a repeat isn't necessary as...
  • David Ramsey: Paul Stastny plays starring role for Avalanche

    DENVER In the waning seconds of regulation, Paul Stastny arrived exactly where you expected him to be: In position to score. Stastny is not physically imposing with his 6-foot, 205-pound frame. He does not skate with blazing speed. He has superior...
  • Time for Wild to get up off the mat

    DENVER There is precedent for the Minnesota Wild rallying to win a playoff series after allowing a late tying goal in Game 1, then losing that same game in overtime. Just ask Matt Cooke. The Wild veteran was a 23-year-old Vancouver Canucks agitator in...
  • Chip Scoggins: Wild outdone by hustle

    DENVER Erik Johnson guesses he had three inches to spare. Three inches to save a goal, save a game, maybe even save a season. Three inches. That's it. Imagine how different things would feel if Johnson had skated a fraction of a second slower, if he...
  • Blackhawks' Joel Quenneville back where his coaching career began

     Blackhawks' Joel Quenneville back where his coaching career began
    ST. LOUIS — A lot has changed for Joel Quenneville since he roamed behind the Blues bench from 1997 to 2004. "Definitely age, hair and all kinds of things in the middle," Quenneville said with a smile. "I was fortunate to get started there. It's a...