Jim Souhan

Columnist | Sports
Phone: 612-719-0257
Jim Souhan writes four columns and week and writes posts to the blog Souhan on Sports on Startribune.com. He can also be heard on 1500ESPN on Sunday from 10-noon and weekdays at 2:05 p.m.

Recent content from Jim Souhan

Blues coach Hitchcock tries to explain momentum swings

Blues coach Ken Hitchcock says physical play causes game-to-game changes.

Updated: April 25, 2015, - 01:03 AM

Souhan: Surprise pieces emerge to swing momentum back to Wild

It was predictable that if the Wild was to win Game 5, goalie Devan Dubnyk would have to perform well. What surprised was the identity of his supporting cast.

Updated: April 25, 2015, - 12:30 AM

Souhan: Blues coach Hitchcock has a few tricks up his sleeve

Ken Hitchcock knows what to say and when to say it. The Blues coach has his team back in the series with the Wild.

Updated: April 24, 2015, - 01:18 PM

Souhan: Ott's so-called physical tone is becoming cartoonish

When Ott actually had a chance to help his team with a third-period breakaway, he lost the puck, then fanned on a pass in the crease. He’s not a hockey player; he’s a rodeo clown.

Updated: April 21, 2015, - 08:50 AM

Souhan: Wild is poised for big things — if it can win at home

You know the old hockey saying: It’s not a playoff series until someone patronizingly pats you on the head.Steve Ott...

Updated: April 20, 2015, - 12:10 PM

Souhan: Buxton deserves a look to fill Twins' hole in center

The Twins might have to consider rushing top prospect Byron Buxton to the majors to play center field.

Updated: April 18, 2015, - 10:51 PM

Souhan: Hopeless Wolves season ends on a (yes) hopeful note

Ugly as the Wolves have been, they are in an enviable position moving forward.

Updated: April 16, 2015, - 08:05 AM

Souhan: Spieth-McIlroy rivalry is blooming as golf's next big thing

The public’s thirst for the next big thing is so unquenchable that often the thirst persists even before the previous big thing has departed.

Updated: April 14, 2015, - 06:41 AM

Souhan: Spieth's Masters victory hints at much more in store

For 72 holes, Jordan Spieth, 21, never lost grip on his first major title.

Updated: April 13, 2015, - 10:34 AM

Spieth's pursuers post impressive scores behind him

Mickelson, Rose shone but were relegated to Sunday sideshow.

Updated: April 12, 2015, - 11:17 PM

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