TWINS RUBES Andrew Albers: Here to Stay?
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For the second game in a row, the Chicago Blackhawks had an opponent right where they wanted them only to see a win slip away. Defenseman Marco Scandella scored his first goal of the season with less than two minutes remaining in regulation, lifting the Minnesota Wild to a 4-3 come-from-behind win over the Blackhawks on Thursday.
Jess Myers, The Sports Xchange
, December 05, 2013
The NBA game between the Minnesota Timberwolves and the San Antonio Spurs that was scheduled to be played Wednesday night at Mexico City Arena was postponed because a generator malfunction, the league announced.
Leslie Frazier announced a change in starting quarterbacks Wednesday for the fourth time in 13 games. And that doesn't count the number of weeks the Minnesota Vikings coach weighed his starting options and stuck with the inconsistent Christian Ponder.
St. Louis Blues forward David Backes remembers fondly the games he played against T.J. Oshie while the two were Western Collegiate Hockey Association rivals. Oshie and Backes are not only teammates now but also linemates for one of the NHL’s top teams.
Alexander Steen had gone four games without scoring for the St. Louis Blues, which the left winger decided was long enough. Steen, who had vaulted to the top of NHL scorers with 17 goals in the first 18 games, ended his mini-slump with two goals in the Blues' 3-0 win Monday night over the Minnesota Wild.
Guard George Hill scored a season-high 26 points to help the Indiana Pacers beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 98-84 on Monday night. Forward Paul George also scored 26 points and forward David West added 13 points for the Pacers (13-1), who won their fourth straight and improved on their franchise-best start.
Charlie Coyle scored the decisive goal in the fourth round of the shootout and Niklas Backstrom turned aside 37 shots in an emergency start as visiting Minnesota recorded its third straight one-goal victory over Winnipeg.
Forward Corey Brewer and point guard Ricky Rubio scored five points each during a game-icing 16-0 third-quarter run as the Minnesota Timberwolves cruised past the Brooklyn Nets 111-81 Friday night at Target Center.
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