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Topic - Mike Yeo
The Dallas Stars got a huge lift from Tim Thomas after a big hit knocked Kari Lehtonen out of the game.
Surging into and out of the Olympic break, the Minnesota Wild have created a significant cushion between them and their competitors for the two Western Conference wild-card playoff spots.
There was plenty of post-Olympic rust to go around, but none seemed to stick to Darcy Kuemper.
The Minnesota Wild were reeling as last year ended. Star Zach Parise was on injured reserve. Coach Mike Yeo's job was in jeopardy.
Jared Spurgeon spent a month watching the Minnesota Wild from the press box. When he returned to action Tuesday night, he didn't waste any time making an impact.
Mikko Koivu's return to the Minnesota Wild likely won't come until after the Olympics, leaving his availability for Finland during the Winter Games in question.
Last year, the Chicago Blackhawks gave the Minnesota Wild a quick exit from the playoffs.
Everything went right for the Dallas Stars against the listless Minnesota Wild.
The Minnesota Wild are finding a way to win without injured stars Zach Parise and Mikko Koivu.
Unable to get out of their own zone and hearing a few boos from the home crowd in the second period, a goal from an unexpected source helped the Minnesota Wild regain control.
Now that the Senators have played themselves back into contention, the hard work really begins.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Six straight losses sent the Minnesota Wild into a downward spiral, the weight of the previous game carrying over into the next.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Minor league call-up Darcy Kuemper looked totally different than he did in his two other appearances with the Minnesota Wild this season.
The Capitals scored early and late in regulation before turning toward goaltender Braden Holtby, who sealed a satisfying comeback victory. Holtby had 33 saves, then blanked the Minnesota in a shootout as Washington beat the Wild 3-2 to extend its winning streak to four games.
Trying to keep up with the Chicago Blackhawks would be unwise for the Minnesota Wild.
"We fought hard all game long and kept battling back and were able to grab the lead," Minnesota coach Mike Yeo said. "And then all of sudden you take a 5-minute major and another mistake after that and you find yourself down, so it's tough."
"You don't want to go a week without getting any points the way things are, even if you have a cushion," Wild coach Mike Yeo said. "The cushion to me is nothing ... because it's not about where the people are behind you. To me it's much more of a race of what you need to get to."