Niederreiter was held out of Friday’s practice with a lower-body injury and is out until after the All Star Break. “It’s a setback,” coach Bruce Boudreau said. “We want to make sure when he does get back he’s healthy.”Niederreiter has dealt with a lingering left ankle injury all season. He originally injured himself during an Oct. 12 matchup with the Chicago Blackhawks. “I think it’s really tough when you get injured early in the season,” Boudreau said.
How have things changed since Zimmer been in the Twin Cities?Well, under the 61-year-old defensive guru, the Vikings have steadily improved, culminating this season when they led the league in scoring defense (15.8 points a game) and team defense (275.9 yards a game). "We have definitely grown a lot over the last few years," said defensive end Brian Robison, at 11 seasons the longest tenured player on the team.
It’s a sequence that will show up as a double minor on the box score. That said, Nate Prosser sticking up for his teammate and instinctively jumping Lightning winger Ryan Callahan early in the first period was so much more than that. With both teams sleepwalking early on, Prosser jolted his team to life by hulking out after Callahan smoked Tyler Ennis with a dirty hit in the neutral zone.
Nate Prosser on jumping Ryan Callahan: "I just wanted to jump in and stick up for my teammate. Just trying to get the team going, trying to get the building going. If that's what gets the guys going, I'll do that every night." #MNWild
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