Minnesota Wild and NHL | Reporter

Sarah McLellan covers the Wild and NHL. Before joining the Star Tribune in November 2017, she spent five years covering the Coyotes for The Arizona Republic.

Born in Edmonton and raised in Arizona, Mclellan is a graduate of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.

Wild's 3-on-3 overtime woes continue with latest performance

The Wild fell to 12-30 in OT play since the start of the 2015-16 season.

Right place, right time: Wild returns home, wins on Greenway's gritty goal

The Wild put 20 shots on goal in the first period, but was at its best in the third when it wrapped up a home victory, just the sixth game at Xcel Energy Center this season, thanks to Jordan Greenway's first goal of the season.

Wild winger Fiala: 'My confidence is pretty high'

After coming over to the Wild from Nashville last season, Kevin Fiala signed a two-year, $6 million contract.

Wild can't take advantage of matchup in road trip ending loss to Kings

The Wild ended their four-game, 10-day road trip against one of the few teams below it in the standings. But the Kings took a two-goal lead and held on to win.

Six-week evaluation: GM Guerin needs to see more from his Wild

General manager Bill Guerin likes the team's chemistry but noted: "We need to be more consistent with our effort. … The game starts at 7, and sometimes we show up at 7:45."

More of the same: Wild falls behind, completes rally to beat Arizona 4-3

Minnesota again allowed the first two goals but rebounded to pick up the road win.

Wild's thirty-something veterans know the perks of experience

The Wild, as one of the oldest teams in the league with eight players in their 30s and an average age of 28.5, tries to take advantage of the benefits of maturity.

Wild's Parise grateful for scoring chances, regretful about misses

Martin Jones' right pad blocked both shots from Zach Parise late in Thursday's game, helping to preserve a 6-5 goal-a-thon that ended in photo-finish fashion in San Jose's favor.

Greenway credited with turning tide vs. Ducks

The 6-foot-6 225-pound forward set the tone with a physical shift in the second period.

Wild has less to fear on West Coast trip this season

Many of the foes facing the Wild on this 10-day expedition to California and Arizona are in the same position it is — trying to restore their reputation as a competitive threat.