Thielen is coming off a two-touchdown game against the Cowboys.
Two men have been charged with drugs offenses.
He becomes the fourth prison inmate to die from the virus.
Boemer is the chef behind restaurants including the popular Revival.
Walz is prepared to call a special session and pass the package immediately.
Walz will be introducing a new app that helps Minnesotans track COVID-19 exposures.
Similar steps were taken during the spring.
24 more deaths were reported Monday.
Mooby's was first featured in 1999's Dogma.
The Minnesota Wild made the offers shortly after the free-market opened Sunday morning. Forward Zach Parise is a Minnesota native who is building a house in the Twin Cities, the Associated Press reports. Defenseman Ryan Suter is considered the top blue-liner on the market.
NHL Players' Association chief Donald Fehr says the NHL and NHLPA remain far apart after the latest attempt to avoid a lockout failed. The NHLPA rejected the NHL's counter-proposal, which included reducing the players' share of hockey-related revenue from 57-percent to 49-percent. The lockout will likely begin Saturday night.
Now that the Stanley Cup Finals are over, the attention shifts to Devils’ free-agent Zach Parise and which team he’ll play with next year. After New Jersey was eliminated last night, Parise had no comment on his future. While he may look great in a Wild uniform, the Devils are expected to do everything it can to re-sign him.
Imagine how good the Wild's top line would be if Zach Parise was centering it. Add a healthy Mikko Koivu to the second line and all of a sudden the Wild might be able to put up NHL-caliber numbers on offense. Parise will be a free agent after the season, and many fans are hoping he will sign with his hometown team.
While the Wild are expected to make a strong push to sign Zach Parise and Ryan Suter when free agency begins Sunday, they might have a hard time selling them on Minnesota being a winning program. GM Chuck Fletcher says, 'We're not far away. I say that all the time. You can't have the stretch that we did last season and call it a fluke."
Former Minnesota North Stars player and general manager Lou Nanne says, "No one is going to outbid the Wild" for Zach Parise, who is set to become a free agent on July 1st. After having dinner with Wild owner Craig Leipold, Nanne says, "I don't see how Parise's not coming here."
It was the 341st goal of Parise's career.
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