It took 10 games, but Paul Molitor finally has his first walk-off victory as a big-league manager.
ST. LOUIS -- Jason Zucker was three feet behind the goal line when he gave the Wild a lead less than three minutes into their 4-2, Game 1 victory over the St. Louis Blues on Thursday night at Scottrade Center.
ST. LOUIS -- We still can't put the words "cagey playoff veteran" in front of his name, but Devan Dubnyk now has one NHL postseason contest under his belt.
Saddled with a 15.00 earned-run average after four outings, Blaine Boyer believes he has fixed the problem.
Previous playoff experience instills calm, confidence for young Wild players
The third baseman was in a season-long slump before his big blast.
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Carmelo Anthony is going to be fine, as he is the most natural scorer the New York Knicks have had since Bernard King. He will get his knee rehabilitated over the summer, and he will come back next season to score 25 a night -- and probably do some of the other things required of an NBA player who is??a little better than he is given credit for. Phil Jackson? Now there's a recovering star worthy of your concern. As a rookie team president, all Jackson did was prove that he was a hell of a head coach, and that maybe Red Auerbach had a point -- beyond his petty jealousies -- when he said the man who had replaced him as the league's all-time lord of the rings had never built anything. Jackson is the reason Anthony made a public confession Thursday that you don't often hear from big-name athletes in noisy, big-time markets. Asked if there were times during this ungodly 17-65 season when he thought he'd made a mistake sticking with the Knicks over the ...