Tough Four Games Ahead for Minnesota

Minnesota goal leader, Nino Niederreiter, looks to lead the Wild to victory over a very tough stretch As if things in Minnesota couldn't get any tougher after facing Central Division foe, St. Louis, in a gr...

Youth Movement in Minnesota

Over the past few seasons, Minnesota Wild General Manager, Chuck Fletcher, has acquired many young stars for Minnesota, including Mikael Granlund, Charlie Coyle, Nino Niederreiter, and Darcy Kuemper. It is no s...

Photo Gallery: Wild vs Flyers (11/20/2014)

The visiting Minnesota Wild extended their winning streak to a season best of four game after defeating the Philadelphia Flyers by a score of 3-2 during regulation. The Flyers extend their losing streak to a se...

The Mindset of the Wild’s Nino Niederreiter

Nino Niederreiter tweeted during the summer that he was “proud to be on the Swiss cover of the NHL 15.” That pride was well deserved. What a season he had with the Minnesota Wild; 14 goals, and 36 points in 81 ...

Devils Come Back to Win in Shootout

The Devils have started off their season sub-par. In the back of the minds of many, it could be worse. Last season was one of the worst seasons that anyone has ever witnessed coming from the Devils. From the pr...

Rangers Rout Devils, Clinch Playoff Berth

May 20, 2012 With a 4-2 win over the New Jersey Devils Monday night at Madison Square Garden the New York Rangers accomplished three feats: They became the first team in the Eastern Conference to clinch a play...

Habs End Devils’ Playoff Hopes

Everyone knew that the Devils had a slim chance of making the playoffs after going 5-4-1 in the last 10 games prior to their match against the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday night. Their final hope was getting ...

A Devil of a Chance

n an interesting twist of fate, the New Jersey Devils are now one of the top contenders in the East to make the playoffs. According to NHL experts, Craig Button and ex-Devil Kevin Weekes, they believe that t...

Kovalchuk Game-Winner Shocks Lightning

Before the Devils’ 2-1 win over the Lightning, team CEO/GM/President Lou Lamoriello announced that Zach Parise was cleared to begin skating. This came as great news not only for Devils fans, but also for the te...