The Minnesota Wild asked, and the fans responded. Prince’s “Let’s Go Crazy” will be the new goal song for the Wild beginning with their Sept. 27 preseason game against the Colorado Avalanche. This summer, the Wild sent an email to season ticket holders asking for their feedback about the potential change from Joe Satriani’s “Crowd Chant” to the classic Prince track.
This post is part of Buffalo Sabres day at PHT… Last year, Detroit snagged the eighth and final playoff spot in the East with 93 points. Two years ago, Pittsburgh did the same with 98. In light of those totals, it’s not surprising to hear what Sabres head coach Dan Byslma pegged as the mark for the upcoming campaign. “We should expect to be 95 points or higher than that,” Bylsma told NHL.com earlier this summer. “We think we’re better on defense. We think we’re stronger. We’re deeper. If you’re looking at expectations from within, we should be above 95 points at the end of the season.” It’s a lofty goal, to say the least. Buffalo only had 81 last season. But there is something to be said for
Here are your Puck Headlines: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. • Bob Boughner and Kevin Dineen are looking like the two favorites for the open head coaching job with the Colorado Avalanche.