Minnesota Wild

4th Central | 1-1
  • Goals For
    213 GF
  • Goals Against
    204 GA
  • Power Play %
    18.5 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    77.9 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    545 PIM
  • Moore scores 31 as Lynx open with 113-93 win over Mercury
    USA Today

    Moore scores 31 as Lynx open with 113-93 win over Mercury

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Coach Cheryl Reeve and the Minnesota Lynx were not leaving any doubt: nearly two weeks between games was beneficial for the defending WNBA champions. Maya Moore scored 31 points, including 15 in the second quarter, as Minnesota opened its title defense with a 113-95 win over the Phoenix Mercury in the first game of the WNBA semifinals Wednesday night. Lindsay Whalen added 19 points and seven assists as Minnesota broke the WNBA record for points in a regulation playoff game. Center Sylvia Fowles scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Lynx, who hadn't played since Sept. 17 as the top seed in the WNBA's new playoff format. "I think put to rest that narrative that

  • WNBA: Moore scores 31 as Lynx open with 113-93 win over Mercury
    The Salt Lake Tribune

    WNBA: Moore scores 31 as Lynx open with 113-93 win over Mercury

    Playing for the first time in 11 days in the WNBA's new playoff format, Minnesota started a bit slow as the Mercury led 14-8 early with Taurasi hitting a pair of 3-pointers. The Lynx went to their bench with Moore, Whalen and Seimone Augustus taking their first rest. The bench combined with Fowles and Rebekkah Brunson to spark a 12-3 run. Moore, Whalen and Augustus were the centerpieces as Minnesota took control in the second quarter, beginning the period on a 19-4 run. The Lynx led by as many as 25 and outrebounded Phoenix 38-20. Fowles helped slow Griner, who had 22 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and four blocks in the Round 2 win against New York. HOME AWAY FROM HOME With scheduling conflicts

  • Wednesday's FTB: Game One Is Game Done
    Pension Plan Puppets

    Wednesday's FTB: Game One Is Game Done

    Good morning, sportsfans!  Game one of the WCH Final is in the books, and...wow, this tournament has been dull since Team NA got eliminated.  Give Europe credit, they played extremely well, and Canada turned in a lackadaisical, sloppy performance for the first two periods.  The home side won anyway, because the first line is still dynamite and even half-assed Canada is good, but the game was a dud. Leafs camp proceeds apace; the next preseason game is tomorrow night, in St. Catharines, against a group of men purporting to be the Buffalo Sabres.  I really, really want the season to start. Your links: ICYMI El Seldo: Maple Leafs Cut 23 From Camp No one surprising yet; this was a bunch of kids going