Reporter | Minnesota United FC

Zgoda has been a Star Tribune sportswriter so long, his first beat directly out of college was covering the North Stars. In nearly 30 years, he has covered the NHL, the Wolves and the NBA twice (he missed the first Kevin Garnett era, which says something about his sense of timing), Gophers and NCAA athletics, the radio/TV beat, major-championship golf and outdoor recreation.

Seven Loons regulars out on international duty against Vancouver

Heath rested some of his remaining starters last week to keep them fresh against the Whitecaps.

Whitecaps go to the desert with goal of bringing home women's hockey title

As unlikely as it seems to be playing a women's hockey title game in Arizona, it feels no stranger than the Minnesota Whitecaps playing for the Isobel Cup after an eight-game losing streak.

With Emanuel Reynoso gone, Franco Fragapane is Minnesota United's pulse

Fragapane is handling corner-kick duties and so much more for a Loons team that plays host to Vancouver on Saturday night.

Loons sign South Korean forward Sang Bin Jeong to three-year deal

The Loons first scouted Jeong in 2019 playing for the Korean Under-17 national team and have followed his progress. "He's a powerful kid," coach Adrian Heath said

Seven Loons starters will miss Saturday's game vs. Vancouver

They will be away on international duty, as the Loons look to build on their 2-0-1 start.

Whitecaps sweep top-seed Boston, will play for Isobel Cup

The Whitecaps followed Thursday's series-opening 5-2 victory by winning again in Boston on Saturday, 4-1 against an opponent that had gone 19-5 in the regular season.

Tapias' header sends Loons to 2-1 victory over Colorado Rapids

Newly acquired defender Micky Tapias' flicked-on header off a 25-yard free kick in the 82nd minute proved the winner on a night when all three goals were scored after halftime.

Minnesota United rookie Tani Oluwaseyi hopes to prove he was worth the wait

Drafted last year after being injured as a senior at St. John's (NY), Oluwaseyi is finally in position to play a full season, taking whatever opportunities he can get.

Jeong Sang-bin arrives in Twin Cities to complete Loons transfer

The South Korean forward had his physical while the Loons set off for Saturday's match at Colorado.

Whitecaps enter playoff series vs. Boston needing a reset

The Whitecaps finished the regular season fourth in the Premier Hockey Federation, playing better on the road than at home.