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by Jim Boyle Editor It wouldn’t have mattered who the Minnesota Wild drew in the opening round of the playoffs, Brian Cutter could tell you all about any of the visiting teams’ arenas if you were inclined to ask. The Coon Rapids man has been to all of them, including ones that were replaced for ...Read More
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by Jim Boyle Editor This past year came in like a lion for Dave Anderson, and it is leaving like a lion. The tireless volunteer and longtime champion for the always-improving Elk River park system led the effort to whip the Handke Stadium into shape for Hockey Day Minnesota. He was the architect of ...Read More
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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor In a National Hockey League game with a former Elk skating for each side, the Pittsburgh Penguins and Paul Martin cruised 4-1 over the Minnesota Wild and Nate Prosser on Tuesday evening at the Xcel Energy Center. The Penguins raised their NHL-best record to 8-2-...Read More
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Nate Prosser has returned to the Minnesota Wild, according to a Star-Tribune report. Prosser, 28, the former Elk who spent all or part of the last five seasons with the Wild, was not re-signed over the summer when his two-year deal expired. He signed with the St. Louis Blues to a two-way contract (w...Read More
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Matt Kiersted, Elk River sophomore defenseman, verbally committed recently to North Dakota, one of the nation’s top hockey programs. “I went up there (Grand Forks) a lot when I was younger,” said Kiersted. “We’d go to Canada for tournaments and stop at UND and watch games. Ever since then,...Read More
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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor The Elk River hockey alumni game at Handke Pit drew about 50 players on Wednesday evening and probably a couple hundred fans. Teams were even vs. odd years, and the Evens won 11-9. Former Elk coaches Dave Bleyhl and Dave Hallgren were honorary coaches. The alumn...Read More
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