Just one day before its scheduled semifinal matchup on national television, the Minnesota Whitecaps’ season was suspended Wednesday.
Minnesota sports teams and athletes had a message for fans who are struggling through the Coronavirus pandemic: "We'll be back. We are one Minnesota."
The Minnesota Whitecaps are gearing up to defend their National Women’s Hockey League championship, but they're missing some of their top players from last season.
Unhappy with the status quo, more than 200 of the world's top female hockey players declared Thursday they will not compete in North America next season in a dramatic attempt to establish a single, economically viable professional league.
The Minnesota Whitecaps won the NWHL Championship in overtime Sunday in the team's first year in the league.
Saturday marked an historic moment in Minnesota sports as the state’s first professional women's hockey team took the ice for their first game at TRIA Rink.
The National Women’s Hockey League is expanding to Minnesota.