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


Wild surrenders late goal before beating lowly Kings in shootout

A diverse series of goals by the Wild is what it took to ultimately shrug off goaltender Jonathan Quick and the last-place Kings after losses against two of the NHL's other weakest teams.


When is offside not offside? Wild's Boudreau miffed by coach's challenge ruling

The coach's challenge issued by Bruce Boudreau to examine a play Monday was the fourth unsuccessful try by the Wild this season, a 2-for-6 clip that reflects just how unpredictable these resolutions can be.


Too often, Wild is playing like its own worst enemy

The current stretch against the NHL's most woeful teams — which continues tonight in Philadelphia against the last-place Flyers — could be more of a trap than a catapult for the Wild.


North Score: Who's the Wild's most important player?

A Sunday debate with Michael Rand and Sarah McLellan.


Boudreau says of Wild loss: 'Worst game since I've been here'

The Wild was outworked by a struggling Red Wings team playing on the second night of a road back-to-back.


Jordan Greenway's confidence is building game by game with the Wild

The 21-year-old is focusing on how authoritative he feels on the ice.


After Iowa stint, Wild's Eriksson Ek is back, eager to contribute

As a 21-year-old who surpassed the 100-game plateau earlier this season, Joel Eriksson Ek believes he's still very much in the process of evolving — even now that he's returned to the Wild.


After meeting with coach, Zucker scores twice in another win over Winnipeg

With Jason Zucker coming off a point-free performance on the Wild's recent four-game road trip, coach Bruce Boudreau decided it was time for a chat.


Eriksson Ek recalled by Wild after Fehr hurt

Joel Eriksson Ek was assigned to Iowa on Dec. 28 to rebuild his confidence in the offensive zone after managing just a goal and four points through 27 games this season with the Wild.


Late goal, Dubnyk's first shutout give Wild third straight road win

Mikael Granlund ended another night of offensive frustration with a third-period goal and Devan Dubnyk's 32 saves boosted the Wild to a 1-0 victory over Montreal.