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Wild Beat Up Literally and Figuratively in 5-1 Loss to Colorado

In the comedy film, Meet the Millers there is a scene where the characters poke fun at a young man who has an error on his ‘No Regrets’ tattoo.  ‘No Regrets’ is a refrain you often will hear a person say in reflection at the conclusion of some event in their lives.  I feel pretty confident the Wild would say they have no regrets after the way they played against Edmonton despite losing 4-1.  Minnesota moved its feet well and created a number of quality scoring chances but give credit to Cam Talbot for playing so well between the pipes. Yet if you were to ask the team how it played against Colorado the last two games, there is probably plenty of regrets.  The Avalanche have trounced the Wild a few times this season and no doubt Minnesota will hope to avenge those losses tonight and not just for symbolic or self-esteem reasons.  The game matters to both clubs as they both scratch and claw for the post-season.  Can the Wild leave Colorado tonight with no regrets? 1st Period Thoughts :  The pace was fast and frenetic as both clubs certainly seemed focused to bring their A-game tonight.  Minnesota looked like a club that wanted to be on the attack and the top line of Eric Staal , Jason Zucker and Mikael Granlund swarmed all over the Colorado zone as they narrowly missed connecting on a close in chance for Staal and then moments after that Zucker tried to find Granlund on a backdoor play.  Minnesota was really moving well and the Avalanche found themselves pinned in their own end of the ice.  The second line was causing some havoc too as Charlie Coyle was protecting the puck well and sending pucks out to the point where Jared Spurgeon and Ryan Suter were letting go shots from the point that Semyon Varlamov was seeing pretty well and steering them wide.  A scary moment would occur fairly early in the game as the top line was looking to give the Wild a lead but with a puck sitting near the side of the net, Zucker would take a wicked two handed slash from Blake Comeau just prior to colliding into the right post where he writhed in pain.  Minnesota training staff went out to the winger who clearly was in some agony and appeared to be holding his wrist in a fashion that would indicate it was broken (I told you this was scary) and he’d head to the locker room.  Moments after that Minnesota went after Comeau and the officials gave him a tripping call much to the annoyance of Avalanche head coach Jared Bednar .  On the power play the Wild moved the puck quickly looking for one-timers from the point as Matt Dumba tee’d up a few blasts wide of the mark.  The Wild would adjust by moving up Niederreiter to play on the top line while Zucker was out.  The next few minutes had the Wild still moving their feet well but without Zucker’s speed they seemed to have a tougher time at generating quality scoring chances.  Colorado was being badly outshot but it didn’t matter as they finally entered the Wild zone and J.T

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Wild Beat Up Literally and Figuratively in 5-1 Loss to Colorado

Knicks lose to Raptors despite spark from Emmanuel Mudiay and Luke Kornet

The Knicks went toe to toe with the Raptors on Sunday afternoon, keeping their deficit with single digits before the third quarter of doom arrived and Toronto really opened things up. In what has become an all too familiar trend for New York, their opponent put the game out of reach mere minutes after the second half began.

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Knicks lose to Raptors despite spark from Emmanuel Mudiay and Luke Kornet

Thursday News and Notes: Flames Scouting the Sens, LF Agreement, Karlsson Talks

Earlier today I received a text from a friend of mine who noticed that Calgary Flames assistant general manager Craig Conroy — yes, the same Craig Conroy who was alleged to be the prospective return in a trade involving Daniel Alfredsson — was on his flight from Calgary to Ottawa. With the Senators set to take on the Boston Bruins at home tonight and their next home game not being until February 1st, it stands to reason that this front office executive will be taking in tonight’s action to get a first-person viewing of a few of the Senators’ players. Reports have suggested that the Flames have been exhausting the market in search of a forward and with the likes of Derick Brassard, Mike Hoffman, Zack Smith and Jean-Gabriel Pageau generating league-wide interest, it only makes sense that the Flames would be in town to do some due diligence on these forwards

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Thursday News and Notes: Flames Scouting the Sens, LF Agreement, Karlsson Talks

Pittsburgh Penguins 2017-18 Mid-Term Prospect Report

Happy New Years kinda! The middle-ish time of the hockey season, the all-star teams were just announced (I have some gripes with the choices, but we all do in some form or another) and Daniel Sprong is a Pittsburgh Penguin (more on that shortly.) The big club started slow and is finally starting to rediscover their offensive touch! Just in time too, because, well…McCutchen is a San Francisco Giant while Gerrit Cole is a Houston Astro, and the Steelers are no longer in Super Bowl convention. So, having one of your Pittsburgh teams doing well is definitely a silver lining…with that in mind, how are the prospects doing? Let’s take a look

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Open Discussion: Week of January 7, 2018

The first week of 2018 was another quiet hot stove week for Phillies fans. The Phillies finally announce some previously reported transactions and extend a first round of invitations to major league spring training. The Phillies signed an 18-year old New Zealand pitcher.

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Open Discussion: Week of January 7, 2018

Kobe Bryant: Lonzo Ball needs to ‘get better now’ if he wants to be great

Kobe Bryant isn’t known for being patient, especially as it pertains to player development. The Lakers coaching staff has been patient as far as Lonzo Ball’s shooting woes have been concerned, but Bryant doesn’t seem to agree with their approach to his development. Bryant did an interview with Spectrum SportsNet, and he commented on what the Lakers’ young core needs to do to improve, specifically — Lonzo

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NHL Commissioner Bettman Reiterates Support for Isles’ Belmont Bid

NHL commissioner Gary Bettman Spent part of a lengthy interview on Thursday voicing support for the Islanders bid to build a new arena at Belmont Park and expressing faith in the ownership group of Scott Malkin and Jon Ledecky. It was the second time this week that the NHL’s head honcho has addressed the topic. Bettman spoke about it during NHL event in New York City on Tuesday and then was asked about it on Thursday during an interview on WFAN with Mike Francesa.

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AngelsWin Top 30 Prospects: #28 LHP Jerryell Rivera

Prospect: Jerryell Rivera            Rank: 28 2016:  UR                                          Position(s): Left Handed Pitcher Level:  Rookie Ball                           Age:  Entering Age 19 season in 2018. Height: 6’3”                       Weight: 180 lb.

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Stalock Huge in 4-2 Wild Victory Over Calgary

The Hockey News just introduced a special issue where they recognized the Top 50 players for each of the league’s 30 teams (sorry Las Vegas, its too soon).  Even the Wild’s history made naming a Top 50 tough for THN ‘s Ryan Kennedy but I thought he did a reasonable job of selecting players that represented the entire history of the 17-year old NHL franchise.

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Stalock Huge in 4-2 Wild Victory Over Calgary

Islanders Ownership Focused on Belmont

There wasn’t much talk of the Islanders struggling power play or debate over why Ryan Pulock remains out of the lineup on Tuesday. No, with the Islanders inactive the conversation turned to the team’s ongoing hunt.

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Islanders Ownership Focused on Belmont