On Episode 16 of Lines & Wines Jake makes his return and the guys recap Round 1 of the NHL Playoffs. They look at what has unfolded so far in Round 2 and begin to rebuild the Wild as they go Between the Lines and play “Keep or Cut” with the Wild roster.
On Episode 8 the guys talk about some growing pains the NBA is experiencing in the Orlando Bubble and the news that the Big 10 will only play conference games this season. They also recap Iowa-Ohio State from 2017.
On Episode 15 Jack Kewitsch fills in as cohost for Jake and the guys answer several Wild offseason questions, such as how the goalie situation should play out, potential free agents the Wild should target, Zach Parise and Ryan Suter’s status and more. Plus many many tangents!
On Episode 14 the Bardown Beauties join the show for an amazing night of wine, Wild and laughs.
On Episode 12 Michael Russo joins the show to talk wine, travel and a little hockey. The guys give heaps of praise to the Seattle Kraken, preview the NHL Playoffs and make a few big announcements at the end of the show!
On Episode 10 the guys preview the schedule for the resumption of the NHL season and declare that it is the best thing the NHL has ever done. They also talk Kirill Kaprizov signing with the Wild, Dean Evason becoming the permanent head coach of the Wild and why Nordy absolutely sucks. Every Western Conference mascot is also rated with some hits and some big misses.
On Episode 11 the guys kick back and remember some of their favorite obscure athletes from different sports. Seth pitches an idea for NHL-Seattle’s logo and they cheers Mike Zimmer for his new contract extension. They also tease BIG plans for the next couple of episodes.
The PGA Tour gives us something else to bet on this weekend with the RBC Heritage. If you put your money on these golfers you can’t lose!
Among other professional sports leagues making plans to resume or open, Major League Soccer has unveiled their plan. A plan Minnesota United fans should be very happy with.
Many sports fans witnessed “The Match” this past weekend. But Minnesota has plenty of home grown athletes to choose from for our own version.