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

Souhan: Pominville needs to regain scoring touch

In Game 1, the Wild winger missed a crucial chance — the kind Chicago seems to convert.

Updated: May 02, 2015, - 11:43 PM

Souhan: Wild's strengths fail at the worst time

The Wild’s usually-reliable defense handed Chicago three goals in the first period, and Devan Dubnyk whiffed on a long shot in the last minute of the second.

Updated: May 02, 2015, - 02:42 PM

Souhan: Training secrets for Suter, Dubnyk? Milk and sleep

Wild players Ryan Suter and Devan Dubnyk use smarts and attitudes as boosts to their stamina.

Updated: May 01, 2015, - 02:21 PM

Souhan: In modern draft, Spielman takes center stage

Analyzing the Vikings GM’s moves is a sport in itself.

Updated: April 30, 2015, - 11:44 AM

Souhan: Call to raise glasses set the tone for the day

Zach Parise's two goals and Mike Yeo's pregame challenge were cause for celebration throughout the day.

Updated: April 27, 2015, - 07:53 AM

Souhan: Wild has a special memory within its grasp

Advancing past the Blues and into the second round of the NHL playoffs would be the Wild's best feat since 2003.

Updated: April 26, 2015, - 12:03 AM

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

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