Alex Stalock

#32G,
W
1
L
1
OTL
0
GAA
1.51
SV%
.944
SO
0
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 187
Born:
Birth Place: St. Paul, Minnesota
Draft: 2005 4th round (112th pick) by the
  • Report: Bruins among several teams interested in Wild's Scandella
    CSNNE.com

    Report: Bruins among several teams interested in Wild's Scandella

    CHICAGO – The Bruins missed out on the first flurry of defensemen traded on Friday morning, but they may be in on the second wave of quality D-men expected to be made available around the NHL Draft. The Bruins are one of several teams actively in discussions with the Minnesota Wild about defenseman Marco Scandella, who fits the profile of what the B's are looking for to fill a top-four role. TVA’s Ren Lavoie was the first to report the latest interest but the Bruins have long been watching the Minnesota back-end situation waiting for one of their defenders to become available. Scandella, 27, is big, at 6-foot-3, 205-pounds, he’s got a few years of NHL experience, he’s a left-handed shot and he’s

  • Dates of note from the 2017-18 NHL schedule
    Puck Daddy

    Dates of note from the 2017-18 NHL schedule

    The National Hockey Leagues’s championship trophy, The Stanley Cup, currently held by the Chicago Blackhawks, is displayed at the State Department in Washington, Thursday, March 10, 2016, during a luncheon reception hosted by Secretary of State John Kerry in honor the visiting Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The NHL’s 2016-17 campaign ended only 11 days ago but it’s never too early to talk about next season. One day after the league released the home openers for all 31 teams, the full 2017-18 schedule is out with the regular season beginning Oct. 4 and ending on April 7.

  • Vikings trying to fix red-zone issues that cost them in 2016
    ESPN.com

    Vikings trying to fix red-zone issues that cost them in 2016

    Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer Close Previously covered Vikings for St. Paul Pioneer Press Also covered Minnesota Twins, Minnesota Wild and Washington Nationals Twin Cities native and University of Minnesota graduate Follow on Twitter MINNEAPOLIS -- For all that went wrong for the Minnesota Vikings on offense in 2016 -- the sudden shift at quarterback triggered by Teddy Bridgewater's seismic knee injury, the loss of Adrian Peterson for most of the year, the torrent of injuries on the offensive line -- there's an argument to be made the team would have returned to the playoffs if it had just turned a couple of short field goals into touchdowns. After a 5-0 start, the Vikings lost six of their