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.


Granlund could get point spot on Wild power play

Placing Granlund in a quarterback-style role instead of at the net would undoubtedly give the Wild a fresh dynamic.


Offseason competition helped Wild's Niederreiter

Wild winger Nino Niederreiter represented his native Switzerland at the IIHF World Championship in May. "That definitely helped gain some confidence again," he said.


Wild's Greenway, 'biggest guy on the ice,' seeks to build confidence

In his second season with Wild, Jordan Greenway seeks to find his way.


'Tough, but I made it': Suter on the ice as Wild opens camp

Less than six months after a severe ankle injury, defenseman Ryan Suter has been given the green light for full participation with the Wild.


Fenton's presence at Wild training camp changes vibe

"It's like a new principal or a new teacher coming into town," Wild coach Bruce Boudreau said of new GM Paul Fenton on the eve of the team opening training camp.


Wild signs former Bemidji State star Matt Read

In seven seasons with the Flyers, 32-year-old winger Matt Read had 87 goals and 100 assists.


Jason Zucker's five-year deal caps Wild's summer makeover

Signing Zucker and Matt Dumba to five-year contracts combined with bringing in five lower-profile free agents appears to have set the Wild's roster for 2018-19.


Bring it: Stalock welcomes challenge for Wild's back-up goalie spot

Alex Stalock finished last season as the Wild's backup goalie. But he'll battle with recently signed Andrew Hammond for the No. 2 spot behind Devan Dubnyk.


Ivan Lodnia, an NHL hopeful since age 5, shows Wild his progress

Ivan Lodnia's audition at Wild camp is part of his journey to live an NHL dream that began before he started school.


Wild prospect Dmitry Sokolov has a knack for the net

The Russian was fifth in the Ontario Hockey League last season with 96 points.