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Wilderness lose in opener
The Anchorage Wolverines scored in all phases of the game and received some solid goaltending in a 5-1 win over the Minnesota Wilderness Saturday night. It was the home opener for the Wilderness, played at the arena in Proctor while the arena in...
Our View: Thumbs up, thumbs down
Thumbs down to preconditions on consolidation discussions with Wrenshall by the Carlton school board. It’s not really a good faith negotiation if the precondition limits the options to one plan. Carlton officials stipulated that a joint school... Full story
Wilderness open training camp in Superior
Preseason training camp began Wednesday for the Minnesota Wilderness’ 2023-24 campaign. A roster of 29 players took to the ice with the first three days of practice set for Wessman Arena on the University of Wisconsin-Superior campus in Superior.... Full story
Wilderness will play in Proctor to start
Due to an ice plant malfunction and a delay in receiving replacement parts at its home arena in Cloquet, the Minnesota Wilderness has signed an agreement to hold its first three regular season contests, plus its lone 2023 preseason game, at the St....
Lost in Jay Cooke: rescues rise
The call was unmistakable and perked the ears of a Jay Cooke State Park staff member: "Help!" a person cried. Within moments, a response was developing. The Carlton County Sheriff's Office came with...
Updated: Cloquet iced-out until October
Due to a delay in the manufacturing of a new cooling tower, Cloquet won't have ice through September, according to city public works director Caleb Peterson. Northwoods Credit Union Arena has been... Full story
Nickel mine project has long way to go
Walker Orenstein MinnPost.org Talon Metals has submitted its plan for an underground nickel and copper mine in Aitkin County to Minnesota regulators, launching the environmental review of a project... Website
Body recovery on Nemadji tests area rescue teams
A father and his two sons canoeing on the Nemadji River in southeast Carlton County Saturday called in a report of human remains found on the river bank east of Minnesota Highway 23 and south of the...
NAHL will stream games
The North American Hockey League will stream its games beginning next season, launching NAHLTV as “the new destination to watch exclusive streaming content related to all games played … beginning in the 2023-24 season,” said a news release... Full story
Wilderness holds summer camp in Superior
There is some hockey to be had this summer, but fans of the Wilderness will need to travel to Superior to see potential junior hockey team players in action. Because of the mechanical issues at Northwoods Credit Union Arena in Cloquet, the... Full story
Arena ice suffers a mortal coil problem
When Justin Harriman went to check on the hockey arena over Memorial Day weekend, he knew immediately something wasn't quite right. "I went in and checked on things and found an issue with the ice...
Wilderness select 13 players in draft
The Minnesota Wilderness drafted 13 players and added another through a trade in the 2023 NAHL Draft held last week. The new additions include one goaltender, seven forwards and six defensemen. Eleven of those acquired hail from the USA, while the te... Full story
Wilderness hire new coach
It didn't take long for the Minnesota Wilderness to fill its coaching vacancy. The Cloquet-based North American Hockey League franchise announced Colten St. Clair as the sixth head coach in team histo... Full story
Coach is headed to Fargo
Brett Skinner is headed back to the league where he began his coaching career. After leading the Minnesota Wilderness to a Midwest Division playoff championship in his first season as a head coach, Skinner has accepted the same position with the Farg... Full story
Wilderness bounced in semifinals
The road to the Robertson Cup ended abruptly for the Minnesota Wilderness last weekend, coming with a two-game sweep to the Oklahoma Warriors. The series started promisingly for Minnesota, which took... Full story
Wilderness move into Final Four
The Minnesota Wilderness are two big steps away from their first North American Hockey League championship since the 2015-16 season. But they may need to summit those steps without their best player.... Full story
Wilderness split games, head home
Winning on the road is a key to success in any playoff series, and the Minnesota Wilderness managed that last weekend during their best-of-five Midwest Division finals. The Wilderness split with the t... Full story
Wilderness advance to meet Windigo in second round
An unlikely goal-scorer lifted the Minnesota Wilderness to a playoff sweep last weekend, closing out the Kenai River Brown Bears in Soldotna, Alaska, with a 2-1 overtime win in Game 3 of their opening-round playoff series. Michael Quinn’s goal 51... Full story
Wilderness off to fast start in playoffs
Leading their best-of-five playoff series 2-0 following wins last weekend, the Minnesota Wilderness flew to Alaska this week in their attempt to close out the Kenai River Brown Bears and advance to th... Full story
Wilderness finish strong
Kevin Marx Norén scored two third-period goals Saturday, April 15 to send the Minnesota Wilderness soaring into the Robertson Cup playoffs following a sweep in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. Norén scored three times over the weekend, leading Minnesota... Full story
Wilderness sets sights on playoffs
The Minnesota Wilderness tuned up for the upcoming Robertson Cup playoffs by exorcizing a demon last week. Following eight straight losses to Midwest Division regular season champion Wisconsin... Full story
Wilderness earn playoff berth
With a split in Janesville, Wisconsin last weekend, the Minnesota Wilderness secured a playoff berth for the eighth time in its 10 seasons in the North American Hockey League. The Wilderness lost to the Jets, 6-1, on Friday, March 31, before... Full story
Wilderness close in on berth
The Minnesota Wilderness closed in on a playoff berth last weekend, sweeping Janesville by scores of 3-1 and 1-0 in Cloquet. The wins put Minnesota's magic number at 3 to clinch a berth in the... Full story
Wilderness streak hits the skids
The Minnesota Wilderness split a weekend series against the Chippewa Steel, falling 2-1 Friday, March 17, before turning the tables in a 2-1 shootout win Saturday, March 18. The Wilderness carried... Full story
Wilderness roll through Alaska unscathed
For the first time in franchise history last weekend, the Minnesota Wilderness finished an Alaska road swing undefeated, with 6-2 and 4-2 wins over the Anchorage Wolverines on March 10 and 11. Sawyer Scholl led the way, scoring four goals and adding...