Ex-Wild Winger Brunette Retires, Joins Organization As Advisor: Andrew Brunette has officially retired from the NHL with the opportunity to join the Wild as an assistant to general manager Chuck Fletcher. (Updated 2/13/13)
No information available at this time (Updated 5/23/13).
Andrew Brunette, who played with the Wild during two separate stints (2001-04, 2008-11), is perhaps most revered in Minnesota for his series-clinching goal in overtime of Game 7 of the 2003 Western Conference Quarterfinal series against the Avalanche. Brunette compiled 733 points in his 16-year career, suiting up for the Capitals, Predators, Thrashers, Avalanche and Blackhawks in addition to the Wild. (Updated 2/13/13).
03/06/2012 22:55 Blues move atop NHL with win
Jaroslav Halak won his sixth straight start to match a career best and St. Louis' penalty killers ran their streak to 32 stops in a row, lifting the Blues to the top of the NHL with a 5-1 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Tuesday night.
02/29/2012 22:56 Blackhawks snap skid vs. sinking Leafs
Marian Hossa scored twice as the struggling Chicago Blackhawks overcame an early two-goal deficit and defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-4 on Wednesday night to end a three-game losing streak.