Recent content from Michael Rand
A list of the top 75 players in Wolves history would be pretty bleak past a certain point. So Michael Rand made a list and cut it off at 25. (Numbers 17 and 18 made it for identical reasons.)
Solid defense doesn't make for great highlights, but the Vikings, Gophers, Wolves, Wild and Loons all have that in common right now.
The Gophers, Wild, Timberwolves and Minnesota United are all home on Saturday. They'll try to keep the good times going.
The veteran has had to fight for everything he's achieved in the NHL, a spirit that seems to embody the Wild's collective personality.
Wolves fans ask that question almost every year, and the answer is almost always "no." So why should we think this season is any different? Well ...
The former Twins outfielder is still doing Eddie things in the playoffs. He sees something good and takes a chance on making it better, even if it could also turn out to be bad.
The side of the ball that has delivered when it matters most through six games is the offense, no matter what the overall metrics tell us.
If you are inclined to point out teams that occasionally outperform their payroll and succeed despite that inequity, you are doing it wrong.
If you've kept your streaming services in hopes of seeing the Wolves, Wild and Twins, you should prepare to continue to be frustrated.
After writing about the explosion of sports betting nationwide and the efforts to have it legalized in Minnesota, here is the rest of the story.