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Mike Yeo's three-year run in Minnesota has been anything but easy. The Wild coach has had to navigate key injuries to his roster, his own growing pains in his first NHL head coaching job and the considerable expectations brought forth when the team's owner spent nearly $200 million on two players two summers ago.
South Dakota lottery officials say a Wild Card 2 ticket sold in Rapid City is worth $6,000 in Saturday's drawing.
Throughout this up-and-down season, the Minnesota Wild lagged behind the leaders of the Central Division.
The Chicago Blackhawks were chasing for much of the game, and the Minnesota Wild just kept generating chance after chance to score.
Erik Haula sat in front of his locker with a blank stare on his face, unable to come to grips with the outcome.
Kane scored on a backhand at 9:42 of the extra period to lift the Blackhawks to a 2-1 victory over the Wild in Game 6 to clinch their second-round Western Conference series on Tuesday night, the fourth playoff overtime winner of his career.
The Chicago Blackhawks know that holding on to the Stanley Cup isn't going to be easy.
Higher-seeded teams with the lead in a best-of-seven series over the history of the NHL playoffs have had plenty of trouble putting the opponent away.
This time, it was hard work for the Chicago Blackhawks. No pretty goals on this night, just get to the front of the net and fight for a chance.