Wild at Avalanche: 10/11/14
See photos of the Minnesota Wild's game against the Colorado Avalanche at the Pepsi Center in Denver on Saturday, October 11, 2014.
Kuemper, Wild earn second shutout of Avalanche
their best-of-seven playoff series last season. The Wild advanced with an overtime win in the decisive game at the Pepsi Center . The Wild are now 14-3-3 in their last 20 games in Denver. Notes: Minnesota had 2,500 fans show up to watch
Kuemper bottles up Avs as Wild win, 3-0
their best-of-seven playoff series last season. The Wild advanced with an overtime win in the decisive game at the Pepsi Center . The Wild are now 14-3-3 in their last 20 games in Denver. NOTES: Minnesota had 2,500 fans show up to watch
Avs look to build off momentum in Roy's 2nd year
of work. So new to town, it's understandable the Colorado Avalanche forward can't quite navigate his way to the Pepsi Center yet. His direction on the ice, though, is impeccable. That's why the Avalanche brought his leadership to Denver
LA Kings show off basketball skills
After their morning skate in Denver on Wednesday, the Kings shot some hoops on the Pepsi Center court. See which player has the best jumper.
NHL Takeaways: Home isn't always where the wins are
Minnesota: Niederreiter had a pair of ginormous goals, including the game-winner in overtime to silence raucous Pepsi Center and lead the Wild into the second round. Niederreiter also added an assist on Jared Spurgeon's game-tying goal with
Wild put loss behind them to prepare for must-win game
Game 4 win, Kuemper and forward Mikael Granlund teamed up to thwart several attempts. But in Games 1 and 5 at the Pepsi Center , coach Patrick Roy's move to yank Varlamov paid off with a game-tying goal in regulation followed by an overtime
MacKinnon leads Avs to OT win over Wild
of any playoff team. Colorado generated some quality scoring chances and found more open ice in front of a capacity Pepsi Center crowd. The Avs were outshot 78-34 in the last two games. McLeod had a short-handed goal at 8:04 of the second
Heaven on Earth: You ready for Wednesday's Game 7 tripleheader?
game-tying goal late in Game 5, a game the Avs won in overtime in Denver to mark the third time in three games at Pepsi Center that they had rallied from a deficit to win. Minnesota stayed alive with a dominant Game 6 performance from forward
Clippers-Nuggets: Three things to watch on Prime Ticket
Print Game #69 | March 17, 2014 Pepsi Center | Denver, CO 000 000 - PROBABLE ..... coincidentally broken on Jan. 1, 2013 at Pepsi Center against Denver. The Nuggets (29-37 ..... back-to-back and being in the Pepsi Center is far from ideal. The Clippers