Sarah McLellan | Star Tribune
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, Sarah is a graduate of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.


Wild extends home dominance by beating Senators

Late arrivals can't slow the Wild's home roll.


Wild defenseman Prosser making the most of increased ice time

The defenseman has settled into a regular role on the third pairing rather than being in and out of the lineup, as he was during his previous stints.


Scoring first goal since return encourages Zach Parise

The Wild's Zach Parise takes pride in offense, and finally delivered Saturday after a lengthy layoff.


Wild returns from break to top first-place Tampa Bay 5-2

The Wild jumped out to a 3-0 lead, including the first goal of the season for Zach Parise.


After losing ground during layoff, Wild returns to face Lightning

The Wild reconvened Friday following its mandatory five-day break out of a playoff spot and six points shy of St. Louis in a makeover of the Western Conference pecking order.


Burnsville's Boeser becoming fixture as Canucks rookie

Brock Boesser returned Sunday for his third appearance at Xcel Energy Center as a Calder Trophy front-runner bound for the All-Star Game.


Wild ends otherwise productive week with OT loss

"It's pretty disappointing having the lead with three minutes left in the game and not coming away with the win," winger Zach Parise said before looking at the bigger picture for the Wild.


Wild wins 4-1 for first victory of the season over Winnipeg

The Wild earned two points in the standings over a Jets team that had swept the previous three meetings this season.


Dubnyk could again be difference in Wild playoff push

While it will take more than strong goaltending to send the team to the postseason, the Wild's chances of succeeding take a major hit when Devan Dubnyk isn't on his game.


Fifth All-Star game will be one to savor for Wild's Staal

Not only is Eric Staal returning the NHL All-Star Game as a veteran enjoying a renaissance in his 30s, but he's also able to share the experience with his three sons.