MN Wild introduce John Hynes as new coach [RAW]

The Minnesota Wild introduced new head coach John Hynes during a press conference Tuesday morning after firing head coach Dean Evason following seven straight losses. The Wild on Monday fired Evason and assistant Bob Woods, and quickly named Evason's replacement. Hynes, 48, has spent the past three years as the head coach of the Nashville Predators. He coached the New Jersey Devils before that. The new coach won't have much time to prepare for his first game, with the Wild hosting St. Louis Tuesday night at the Xcel Energy Center.

Minnesota Wild fires coaches

The Minnesota Wild announced Monday they have fired head coach Dean Evason and assistant Bob Woods after a rocky start to the NHL season.

Arrest made in Adam Johnson's death

Police in England say they have made an arrest in connection to the death of Adam Johnson, a hockey player from Minnesota who was killed while on the ice in October. The incident happened while Johnson was playing hockey for the Nottingham Panthers in England's Elite Hockey League.

Remembering Adam Johnson | FOX 9 All Day

FOX 9 takes a look at the death of Adam Johnson, while revisiting his emotional funeral in Hibbing this week. Johnson, a star hockey player, was killed in an incident on the ice in England.

Adam Johnson death: UMD hockey coach comments

University of Minnesota-Duluth's hockey coach, Scott Sandelin, talks to reporters on his experience with former Minnesota-Duluth hockey player Adam Johnson. Johnson died after taking a skate blade to the neck during a game, while he was playing for the Nottingham Panthers in England.

Former UMD hockey player dies during game

Hibbing-native, Adam Johnson, died in a "freak accident" Saturday night during a game in England. Johnson was playing for the Nottingham Panthers when he took a skate to the neck. The team has postponed several future games due to the incident.

Wild fan launches jersey rental business

Tarps Off Jersey Rental is the brainchild of Prior Lake native Noah Beer. He had the idea for the business last season after his friends were constantly asking to borrow his Wild jerseys to wear to games. People can rent one of 172 jerseys for $20 and then simply return it after the game.