Chris Miller

Editor | Pro sports
Phone: 612-673-4428
Chris Miller is responsible for overseeing coverage of the Vikings, Wild, auto racing, road racing and golf.

Recent content from Chris Miller

U hockey ready to turn page

And what a way to start the WCHA season: The Gophers play the national champion Bulldogs on Oct. 14-15 in Duluth.

Updated: September 30, 2011, - 01:28 AM

Younger Brown comes through for Bulldogs

J.T. Brown, the son of former Vikings running back Ted Brown, was named the Frozen Four's Most Oustanding Player.

Updated: April 10, 2011, - 12:12 AM

Title loss in '84 still stings Bulldogs

Minnesota Duluth is in the NCAA Frozen Four title game for the second time, and its first appearance still is a sore spot for the Bulldogs.

Updated: April 08, 2011, - 12:03 AM

Bulldogs hope blond ambition comes through

The team bonding concept for Minnesota Duluth meant players dyed their hair peroxide blond before the NCAA playoffs.

Updated: April 07, 2011, - 01:09 AM

Sturdy Mankato goalie stymies Gophers for sweep

The U peppered MSU Mankato's Phil Cook with 50 shots, but he turned away 49 and made it a Mavericks sweep.

Updated: December 05, 2010, - 04:39 AM

Home at last, Mavericks trudge past Gophers

MSU Mankato returned from an extended road swing and rode goalie Phil Cook's strong play to beat the U.

Updated: December 04, 2010, - 12:52 AM

Taking competition in stride

Team USA Minnesota runner Katie McGregor's season hasn't gone as planned, but she's still shooting for success at the worlds.

Updated: August 15, 2009, - 12:14 AM

Kristin Armstrong's golden cycling career at final stage

The Olympics seems a faraway event with incomparable athletes to many, and Kristin Armstrong was no exception ... until she became an Olympian.

Updated: June 10, 2009, - 07:24 AM

Getting mileage out of marathons

With new races in Minneapolis and Stillwater, long-distance runners have options in Minnesota other than the Twin Cities and Grandma's in Duluth.

Updated: May 21, 2009, - 02:24 PM

One for the money

A world-class mile race rarely involves the possibility that someone will trip on a light-rail track. But that’s one of the hazards tonight in the USA 1 Mile Road Championship at 7:50 p.m. on Nicollet Mall.

Updated: May 07, 2009, - 10:16 AM

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