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Playoffs call for toughness, and Wild is up to the task

By constantly finishing their checks and closing the gap on the Canucks when Vancouver had the puck — as if a magnetic force field was pulling them there — Wild players frustrated the opposition in Game 1
Tags: Wild, Vancouver, Canucks


Playoffs call for toughness, and Wild is up to the task

Rivalry, playoff stakes elevated level of chippy play in Game 1.
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Wild defeats Canucks 3-0 in opener of best-of-five series

Pair of power-play goals help Wild win a hard-hitting opener.
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Theatre As Radio Drama In The Age Of COVID

“This is theater of the mind, you know?” Wild says. “We do so much vocal work in the program, so much text work, so much breaking down a scene — What is this character doing? What do they want? What are they after? How do we portray that? — and it all transfers to radio.” – Washington Post
Tags: Art, Wild, Theatre, 07.08.20


Wet n Wild My Melody and Kuromi Full Collection Box for Summer 2020

What’s cooler than the Wet n Wild Pac Man Collection? That would be the new My Melody and Kuromi Makeup Collection! Ahhhh! I’m so excited! I’m a complete kid so this My Melody and Kuromi Full Collection Box is screaming at me to snag it. It didn’t take me too long to hit submit on this and buy it. I’ve always been a Sanrio fan and Hello Kitty is so my jam. I have t-shirts, I have purses, I have school supplies, hell, I have have underwear with Sanrio characters. I’m not sorry about any ...
Tags: Wild, Beauty, Hello Kitty, Melody, Sanrio, Kitty, Ulta, Kuromi, Summer Collections 2020, My Melody


Canucks Look Good for Playoff Series Against the Wild

Now that the NHL has officially announced the 24-team playoff format, we know that the Vancouver Canucks will be playing the Minnesota Wild in the first round of the modified postseason. Too bad we will have to potentially wait until the end of July to watch the boys in blue and green take to the ice again. Nevertheless, hockey is back and we couldn’t be happier. So without further ado, let’s take a closer look at the first opponent the Canucks will have to face in their first journey to the Sta...
Tags: Minnesota, Wild, Washington, Sport, Green, Vancouver, Hockey, NHL, West Coast, Calgary, Chicago Blackhawks, Minnesota Wild, Calder, Miller, Montreal Canadiens, Don


NHL Rumors: Wild, Maple Leafs, Bruins, More

In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is news on the Minnesota Wild being told that one of their newly signed prospects won’t be allowed to play. The Toronto Maple Leafs have questions about trades and free agents and in Boston, Tuukka Rask shoots down retirement rumors. NHL Won’t Let Kaprizov Play According to Michael Russo of The Athletic, the NHL has informed the Minnesota Wild that there is likely “zero chance” that Kirill Kaprizov will be permitted to make his NHL debut this summer i...
Tags: Minnesota, Wild, Boston, Toronto, Sport, Fox, Hockey, NHL, Minnesota Wild, Boston Bruins, Michael Russo, Leafs, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Ottawa Senators, Jason Spezza


Court Rules Against Epstein Victims on Controversial Plea Deal

A federal appeals court has denied relief to victims of Jeffrey Epstein under the Crime Victims’ Rights Act, refusing their requests for remedies such as the release of FBI documents and a public hearing on Epstein’s criminal case in Florida.The opinion comes as part of a 12-year legal battle between Courtney Wild, who was underage when Epstein sexually abused her, and the federal government. After Epstein secured a controversial plea deal in 2008, Wild was one of two “Jane Does” to sue the feds...
Tags: Florida, News, Wild, Fbi, Harvey Weinstein, Miami, Hull, Palm Beach County, Edwards, NPA, Jane, U S Court of Appeals, Jeffrey Epstein, Epstein, U S Attorney 's Office, Eleventh Circuit


Split Eleventh Circuit panel rules Jeffrey Epstein's victims had no rights under federal CVRA before any complaint or indictment

A divided Eleventh Circuit panel today handed down a very long opinion on an very interesting issue concerning the rights of victims of a very high profile (and now very dead) federal defendant. The opinion for the court authored by Judge Newsom in In re Courtney Wild, No. 9:08-cv-80736-KAM (11th Cir. April 14, 2020) (available here), gets started this way: This case, which is before us on a petition for writ of mandamus, arises out of a civil suit filed under the Crime Victims’ Rights Act of 2...
Tags: Law, Wild, Majority, Hull, US supreme court, Jeffrey Epstein, Epstein, Eleventh Circuit, Newsom, Douglas A Berman, CVRA, Split Eleventh Circuit, Petitioner Courtney Wild, CVRA Instead our Court


Wild’s Prospect Problem & Guerin’s Plan to Fix It

The Minnesota Wild have a prospect problem. It’s on the verge of being fixed, but it’s up to current general manager, Bill Guerin, to continue fixing it. Bill Guerin (AP Photo/John Locher, File) In order to keep the franchise moving forward towards becoming a contender in the Western Conference, Guerin will have to be smart, shrewd and downright devious. He’s also going to have to do it while rebuilding the major departments he will rely on for his information and mitigating the dam...
Tags: Minnesota, Wild, Sport, Ap, Arizona, Gm, Dallas, Ncaa, AHL, Hockey, NHL, North America, Minnesota Wild, Star Tribune, Buffalo Sabres, Spokane


Wild Living on the Playoff Precipice, As Usual

The year was 2003 and spring fever was definitely in the air. The Minnesota Wild, in just their third year, had not only crashed the Western Conference playoffs, but Jacques Lemaire has somehow guided his team of mostly has-beens and thank-their-lucky-stars-for-expansion players past the favored Colorado Avalanche and Vancouver Canucks and into the Western Conference Final. Head Coach Jacques Lemaire and Assistant Coach Mario Tremblay, Minnesota Wild, May 14, 2003 (Photo by Jeff Gross/Gett...
Tags: Usa, Minnesota, Wild, Sport, Ap, Vancouver, Cinderella, Hockey, NHL, Minnesota Wild, Bruce Boudreau, Vancouver Canucks, Anaheim, Canucks, Colorado Avalanche, St Louis Blues


One month later, Wild has changed narrative on its present -- and future

A month ago, the Wild was mired in about the worst place in the standings — barely on the fringes of the playoff race, but more likely to both miss the postseason and not get a high draft pick than any other outcome. In February, the franchise fired the head coach, Bruce Boudreau, the man the Wild hoped would lead it to playoff success when hired four years. The Wild was in the midst of exploring a trade involving Zach Parise — one of two cornerstones signed another four years before Boudreau's ...
Tags: Minnesota, Wild, CSKA Moscow, Espn, NHL, Islanders, Bruce Boudreau, Zach Parise, Parise, Boudreau, Fiala, Kevin Fiala, Kirill Kaprizov, Matthew Boldy, Karpizov


Wild Can Only Rely on Backup Stalock for So Long

The only Minnesota Wild goaltending controversy is that there isn’t one. As long as backup goalie and hometown hero Alex Stalock is getting the job done, he deserves the net. Simple as that. Minnesota Wild forward Zach Parise and Alex Stalock – (AP Photo/Jeffrey T. Barnes) Stalock vs. Dubnyk Incumbent No. 1 Devan Dubnyk simply hasn’t done enough to warrant more starts, with his last coming on Feb. 23 against the St. Louis Blues (a loss in which he allowed four goals). Since tha...
Tags: Minnesota, Wild, Sport, AHL, Hockey, NHL, San Jose Sharks, Minnesota Wild, Montreal Canadiens, Hammond, Canadiens, St Paul, Philadelphia Flyers, Dubnyk, Devan Dubnyk, Arizona Coyotes


NHL Rumors: Oilers, Canucks, Maple Leafs, Wild, More

In today’s NHL rumors rundown, there is fallout from the NHL’s Trade Deadline day including rumors about teams being in on certain deals, others that fell through, and why other teams made trades that were a bit surprising. And, there was a huge trade being discussed all day Monday but never materialized. Why? Oilers Were In on Other Deals The Edmonton Oilers were among the busier teams on deadline day and Ken Holland among the busier of GM’s adding three pieces and moving a couple othe...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Wild, Washington, Sport, Gm, Hockey, NHL, St Louis, Anaheim Ducks, New York Islanders, Minnesota Wild, Boston Bruins, Michael Russo, Edmonton Oilers, Isles


'Sonic the Hedgehog' edges out 'The Call of the Wild' for 1st place at the weekend box office

"Sonic the Hedgehog" narrowly topped "The Call of the Wild" to win the weekend domestic box office. "Sonic" brought in an estimated $26.3 million while "Wild" earned $24.8 million. "Sonic the Hedgehog" has been number one at the box office for two straight weeks. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. It's very rare that Disney has to duke it out with any other studio for box office supremacy, but that's what happened this weekend with its 20th Century title "The Call of the Wild...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Wild, Disney, Trends, Ford, Sony, Katie Holmes, Ken Burns, Harrison Ford, Tom Cruise, Paramount, Jack London, Fantasy Island, Blumhouse, Jordan Peele


Leon Draisaitl scores as puck takes crazy bounce off opponent's skate (Video)

Edmonton Oilers center Leon Draisaitl scored a goal with the help of the strangest bounce you will ever see during Friday night's game against Minnesota.It happened in the second period with the score tied at 2. The Oilers won the faceoff in the Wild zone, with Ryan Nugent-Hopkins taking the puck and passing it back to Matthew Benning at the point. Benning shot the puck wide and it bounced along the boards and around the back of the net to Draisaitl. Draisaitl tried to center it and the puck...
Tags: Facebook, Minnesota, Wild, Sport, NHL, Unknown, Edmonton Oilers, Ryan Nugent Hopkins, Oilers, Alex Stalock, Benning, Jared Spurgeon, Leon Draisaitl, Draisaitl, Jordan Greenway, Matthew Benning


Gordon Wild focusing on making the Galaxy roster after two “up-and-down” seasons to start professional career

Gordon Wild needed some time to reevaluate his soccer career. It would be understandable if Wild was in the latter stages of a career, but here he was, just two years removed from signing a Generation Adidas contract with MLS and being selected by Atlanta United in the 2018 SuperDraft. “I was originally planning on going back to Europe and playing there,” he said Wednesday following the Galaxy’s 2-1 preseason win against Colorado. “I was in Amsterdam visiting my dad and in the middle of January,...
Tags: Europe, Maryland, Colorado, Wild, Sports, Sport, UPS, Chicago, Soccer, Italy, Amsterdam, Argentina, Mls, Jonathan Dos Santos, Charleston, D C United


2010 NHL Draft Top-10: Where Are They Now?

With many players selected in the 2010 NHL draft reaching their 10th season in the NHL, we now have a much larger picture as to how their careers will turn out. The top-10 of the 2010 Draft was a particularly active group, with franchise faces, huge trades, and even a few busts littering these players. Related: 2015 NHL Draft Top 10: Where Are They Now? The 2010 NHL Draft occurred on June 25-26 at the Staples Center in Las Angeles, California. So, let’s look back at the top-10 drafts pick...
Tags: Florida, Usa, New York, Minnesota, Wild, Washington, Boston, Russia, Toronto, Sport, Arizona, Finland, Dallas, Nashville, AHL, Hockey


‘The Call of the Wild’ Clip: Harrison Ford Befriends a Cartoon Dog

The Call of the Wild looks like a perfectly nice movie. Harrison Ford grew a beard and signed up to make a family film, which is surprising, since he seems like he’d rather…not do that sort of thing. But here he is, starring in Call of the Wild as John Thornton, who sets off on an adventure with a big dog named Buck. Buck is the real star of this movie, and he’s also completely digitally animated, which is just a little weird. Watch a new Call of the Wild clip below, where Harrison Ford meets B...
Tags: Movies, Wild, California, Harrison-Ford, Video Clips, Family Films, John Thornton, Colin Woodell, The Call of the Wild, Dan Stevens Omar Sy Karen Gillan Bradley Whitford


THW’s Goalie News: Vasilevskiy’s Streak, Shutouts, Bouwmeester Update

It was an incredibly busy night in the NHL, with 22 teams in action. Two goalies scored shutouts, and we’ll talk about each. Also, we’ll look at the cream of the crop, including one of the best goalies in the league who is continuing an incredible streak. Then, we’ll give a brief update on the Jay Bouwmeester news. Vasilevskiy Hits 19 Andrei Vasilevskiy is one of the top goalies in the league, but he may be in the best form of his life right now. With a hard-fought win against the Pittsb...
Tags: Minnesota, Wild, Sport, Blues, Penguins, Hockey, NHL, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Rangers, Anaheim Ducks, Ottawa, Washington Capitals, Bruce Bennett Getty, Anaheim, Colorado Avalanche, Pittsburgh Penguins


NHL Short Notes

THREE HARD LAPS * Elvis Merzlikins blanked an opponent for a second straight game to extend his win streak to eight contests – a run which includes a League-leading five shutouts, including two instances of them being earned in consecutive fashion. * The Maple Leafs and Wild scored game-winning goals in the dying seconds of overtime and regulation, respectively. * Yellowknife, N.W.T. is set to host the 20th edition of Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada, which will feature all seven Canadian...


NHL roundup: Last-minute goal lifts Wild over Stars

Minnesota's Joel Eriksson Ek scored the second of his two goals with 25.7 seconds left in regulation, and the visiting Wild beat the Dallas Stars 3-2 on Friday night. After a big battle on the end boards behind Dallas goalie Ben Bishop, Eriksson Ek collected a miss by Jonas Brodin and wrapped the puck around past Bishop for the game-winning tally. Minnesota rebounded from a 2-0 deficit to beat the Stars for the third time in four meetings and win the season series.
Tags: Minnesota, Wild, Dallas, NHL, Bishop, Dallas Stars, Jonas Brodin, Joel Eriksson Ek, Ben Bishop Eriksson Ek


Here are the Guests for the State of the Union

The president is bringing the deputy chief of the Border Patrol, while one of Jeffrey Epstein’s accusers will be the guest of Representative Jackie Speier, Democrat of California.
Tags: News, Wild, Veterans, Sex Crimes, Human Trafficking, Raul, Nj, Border Patrol, Jackie, Seals, Trump, Rubio, Tom, Marco, Ortiz, Tony


State of the Union: Who Are the Guests of Trump and Members of Congress?

Mr. Trump is bringing the deputy chief of the Border Patrol, while one of Jeffrey Epstein’s accusers will be the guest of Representative Jackie Speier, Democrat of California.
Tags: News, Congress, Wild, Veterans, Sex Crimes, Human Trafficking, Raul, Nj, Border Patrol, Jackie, Seals, Trump, Rubio, Tom, Marco, Ortiz


Wet n Wild MegaGlo Blushlighter Review & Swatches

Wet n Wild MegaGlo Blushlighter ($6.49) is starting to hit the drugstore scene! I picked up two shades recently at Harmons and was pleasantly surprised to find them there since Wet n Wild, like most brands, has started migrating a lot of their seasonal and new releases onto their website directly. I mean, it can take several weeks or even months before a new item to launch in stores once Wet n Wild launches it on their website! It was nice seeing a few new displays pop up at Harmons. I picked t...
Tags: Wild, China, Beauty, Swatches, Blush, Highlighter, Ulta, Makeup Reviews, Palettes, Harmons, Becca X Chrissy Teigen, Spring Collections 2020


Jets Right to Be Angry About Officiating

The Winnipeg Jets and their fans are right to be rankled by rotten officiating that influenced the result of their latest game against the Minnesota Wild. Inconsistent Calls Abound, Confound The first play the Jets took issue with was a third-period non-call that led to the Wild’s game-tying goal. Defenseman Josh Morrissey took a clear hit from behind from Kevin Fiala, who saw the alternate captain’s numbers the whole way but drove him into the boards anyway. Kevin Fiala boarded Jo...
Tags: Usa, Minnesota, Wild, Boston, Sport, Atlantic, Wheeler, Jets, Hockey, NHL, East Coast, Morrissey, New Jersey Devils, Canadiens, Bruins, Maple Leafs


Staal Scores in Overtime to Give Wild 3-2 Win Over Jets

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Eric Staal poked home a rebound after a scramble in front of the Winnipeg goal on Saturday, sending the Minnesota Wild past the Jets 3-2 in overtime. Marcus Foligno and Luke Kunin also scored for Minnesota, which put up a season-high 44 shots on goal. Devan Dubynk stopped 19 shots for the Wild, who finally solved Winnipeg’s league-worst penalty-kill. Minnesota was 0-for-5 on the power-play in regulation before scoring on Blake Wheeler’s slashing penalty in the extra sessi...
Tags: Usa, Minnesota, Wild, Toronto, Sport, Iowa, Wheeler, Jets, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, New York Rangers, Minnesota Wild, Winnipeg, American Hockey League, Winnipeg Jets


Jets Should Be Wild’s Winter Classic Opponent

During the first intermission of the 2020 Winter Classic at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman announced that the Minnesota Wild would host the 2021 Winter Classic at Target Field, the home of Major League Baseball’s Minnesota Twins. The @mnwild will host the 2021 #WinterClassic in Minneapolis at Target Field! pic.twitter.com/eU63erirwi— NHL on NBC (@NHLonNBCSports) January 1, 2020 The Wild’s opponent in the outdoor extravaganza should be no other than the Win...
Tags: Usa, New York, Nbc, Minneapolis, Wild, Atlanta, Sport, Tennessee, Dallas, Jets, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, NHL, St Louis, Major League Baseball, Chicago Blackhawks


Salvation Army Pushes For Last Minute Donations Amid Center Consolidation

RANCHO CORDOVA (CBS13) — If you’re looking for a tax break and donate to a good cause, you have just a few more hours to donate, and it might be harder to find a location to do so. The Salvation Army hopes the final day of 2019 will help boost them in terms of donations because they are down 10-15% for this year. Dejuan Matthews sorted through thousands of donations on Monday at the Salvation Army distribution center in Rancho Cordova. “Just seeing the amount of stuff people bring in here is ama...
Tags: News, Wild, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Stockton, Rancho Cordova, Modesto, Donations, Salvation Army, Matthews, Red Kettle, Distribution Center, Thief Steals Salvation Army Red Kettle, Dejuan Matthews


Wild Score 3 Times in Third Period, Rally Past Avs 6-4

DENVER — Mats Zuccarello and Victor Rask scored in a 1:17 span in the third period and the Minnesota Wild rallied past the Colorado Avalanche 6-4 on Friday night. Mats Zuccarello, Minnesota Wild (Jess Starr/The Hockey Writers) Devan Dubnyk made 14 of his 40 saves in the third period for the Wild, who have taken two of the three games against Colorado. Eric Staal, Carson Soucy, Ryan Suter and Brad Hunt also scored for Minnesota. Matt Calvert had two goals, and Nathan MacKinnon a...
Tags: Minnesota, Colorado, Wild, Denver Nuggets, Denver Broncos, Sport, Dallas, Hockey, NHL, Times, Denver, New York Islanders, Minnesota Wild, Hunt, Colorado Avalanche, Mats Zuccarello