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Game 34: Los Angeles at Minnesota

Minnesota Wild 4, Los Angeles Kings 3 Final-shootout SOG: LAK - 31, MIN - 28 PP: LAK - 2/2, MIN - 1/4 First Period 1) LAK PPG - Dustin Brown (14) (Jake Muzzin, Anze Kopitar), 7:58 2) MIN - Matt Cullen (7) (Devin Setoguchi, Pierre-Marc Bouchard), 13:19 Second Period 3) LAK PPG - Jeff Carter (19) (... Read More
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Clifford, Setoguchi reunited

Kyle Clifford and Minnesota forward Devin Setoguchi will take the same ice tonight for the first time since they were Ontario Reign teammates while maintaining their conditioning during the NHL lockout. Out of respect towards full-time players on Ontario, both players rarely played on the same night... Read More
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Behold: Xcel Energy Center

There has been plenty to talk about in the State of Hockey this month with The University of Minnesota Women's Ice Hockey Team winning its second consecutive national championship after completing a 41-0-0 season, three Minnesota schools qualifying for the NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament... Read More
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The view from St. Louis

St. Louis Post-Dispatch Jeremy Rutherford: Kings crown Blues for 8th straight time Jeff Gordon: Blues must match Kings’ desperation Belleville News-Democrat Norm Sanders: Blues lose to Kings, drop further back in pack FOX Sports Midwest Video: Blues talk loss to Kings St. Louis ... Read More
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Greene, Mitchell updates

General Manager Dean Lombardi provided updates on injured defensemen Matt Greene and Willie Mitchell at the St. Thomas Ice Arena in suburban Minneapolis earlier today. Lombardi, on Matt Greene: "I'd say he skated 15 minutes yesterday and I’d say the projection is a month." Lombardi, on Willie... Read More
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Waking up with the Kings: March 29

-The Kings earned a two-point reward for one of their most solid road efforts of the season last night. There were several momentum swings – as there are in any tense NHL game – and opportunistic Kings goals curtailed such swings and made sure that L.A. never played from behind. Jonathan Quick’s exc... Read More