The Minnesota WIld lost 4-3 at home against Washington last night. Alex Ovechkin scored 3 goals in the 2nd period for Washington. Minnesota got goals from Charlie Coyle, Ryan Suter and Mikhael Granlund. Suter's goal was on a power play in the 3rd period.
At halftime the score was 30-36, with the score favoring the Tech Tigers. Tech during the first half was playing there style of basketball to take the lead into the half, while Brainerd even though still in it they were trying to get a string of shots to fall. Their game plan for the second half was to get back into the game while Tech's game plan was to keep the lead and to continue to play their style of basketball.
After two periods the score was 0-6 in favor of the Sartell Sabres. When the third period started Sauk Rapids-Rice knew what their game plan was and that was to climb that steep mountain and get back into the game. Sartell's game plan for the third period was to continue to dominate the game.
The St. Cloud Rox signed 4 athletes from the Atlantic Coast Conference to join the 2016 roster. The 4 are 6'1 catcher Brendan Illies from the University of North Carolina, right handed pitchers Jim and Ed Voyles from Florida State and 5'10 left handed pitcher Dan Metzdorf from Boston College.
The St. John's basketball team improved to 14-4 after a 91-82 win at home over Hamline Wednesday night. The Johnnies were led by Mitchell Kuck with 24 points and Tyler Weiss added 17 points and 9 rebounds.
The Gopher men's basketball team lost 68-64 at Williams Arena Wednesday night. Minnesota trailed by 7 at halftime but cut the lead to 2 with just seconds remaining. Sophomore Nate Mason led the Gophers with 15 points,
The Timberwolves lost 126-123 to Oklahoma City Wednesday night at Target Center. Minnesota led by 3 after 3 quarters only to see the Thunder outscore them 35-29 in the 4th quarter. Kevin Durant led Oklahoma City with 27 points and Russell Westbrook added 24.
The Twins ended their arbitration cases today by agreeing to a 1-year contract with third baseball Trevor Plouffe worth $7.25 Million. Plouffe hit .244 with 22 homeruns and 86 RBIs and a career high 140 hits in 2015.
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