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BOSTON -- The Minnesota Wild have earned a Stanley Cup playoff berth in each of the past four seasons. They are one of seven NHL teams to do so during that span, joining the Anaheim Ducks, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Pittsburgh Penguins, New York Rangers and St. Louis Blues.Under former coach Mike Yeo, the Wild did not get past the second round, losing three consecutive postseason series to the Blackhawks. During an eight-game losing skid in February, and a stretch during which Minnesota went 3-12-4, Yeo was fired and and John Torchetti was named interim coach.Last spring, it was the Dallas Stars who dispatched Minnesota in the first round. So the Wild made more changes. Torchetti was not retained and Wild general manager Chuck Fletcher hired veteran NHL coach Bruce Boudreau last May. Boudreau had spent a total of nine seasons between the Ducks and the Washington Capitals, winning eight division titles.Its pretty early to judge whether the changes will work in Minnesota.?Hard to make what kind of team they are [this early], said one Western Conference scout. Theyve had slow starts and their first periods have been awful, but they seem to wake up and play pretty well. Theyre scoring goals but need to give up fewer than they are. [Its a] funny team right now, and Im not sure what youll see from game-to-game.In the locker room and on the ice, the players are still getting used to Boudreaus system and personality.Its been a great transition. Its been a lot of fun around the rink, around the room, said Wild forward Zach Parise. As a team, theres still a lot we need to get better at, but were seeing it in spurts throughout games. The closer we can get to doing it more consistently, and more often throughout a game, its going to translate into more wins for us. It takes work, and weve got to continue to get better and keep learning. But, in the long run, its going to make us a better team.Getting used to a new coach is an adjustment for any team. Parise explained its been a unique challenge for the Wild this season because the majority of Minnesotas big-minutes players also participated in the World Cup of Hockey and werent around for the majority of training camp.Theres still that adjustment, but the quicker we can snap out of those old habits, itll be better for us, Parise said.Other than a new coaching staff, which also included assistant coaches Scott Stevens and John Anderson, the Wild signed forwards Eric Staal -- who won a Stanley Cup with the Carolina Hurricanes in 2006 -- and Chris Stewart during the offseason. The tweaks to the coaching staff and roster have already had a positive effect on the Wild.Its still early, but I think its been good, said Wild forward Charlie Coyle. Yeah, its a little different -- new coach, new staff -- but for the most part we have the same team, minus a few guys. Were still getting used to each other, still creating that chemistry, but its going well. Everyone gets along. Were learning a new system. Sometimes it takes a little [time] to get used to, but were doing a good job of it so far.Adapting to a new coachs personality can sometimes be a even more challenging than the Xs and Os, but Boudreau is already being heard loud and clear in the dressing room.Hes a great guy, Coyle said. Everyone is a fan of him. His track record speaks for itself. Hes been successful, and all his teams were always at the top of the league. Everyone respects that and knows we can learn from him, so its nice to have a guy like that, and the whole staff as well. It takes some time to get used to the system, but weve had plenty of preseason time to get those reps in, so it comes natural now and we can go out there and just play hockey. 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LONDON -- The Latest from Wimbledon (all times local):---10 p.m.Novak Djokovic says he will not play in the Davis Cup quarterfinals against Britain this month.Djokovic says he wasnt 100 percent healthy while losing to Sam Querrey in the third round at Wimbledon on Saturday, but wouldnt say what was wrong.When asked if he would play against Britain from July 15-17 in the best-of-five series, Djokovic said: No, Im not going to play Davis Cup.Serbia won the Davis Cup in 2010.---9:40 p.m.Play is done for the day at Wimbledon, with four mens third-round matches suspended in progress Saturday night.That includes No. 7 Richard Gasquet leading Albert Ramos-Vinolas, No. 18 John Isner leading No. 12 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, and No. 32 Lucas Pouille leading 2009 U.S. Open champion Juan Martin del Potro -- all by two sets to one.No. 15 Nick Kyrgios and No. 22 Feliciano Lopez are even at a set apiece.Action will resume Sunday -- only the fourth time in 139 years that Wimbledon has scheduled matches on the middle Sunday because of rain during the first week.---7:35 p.m.Lleyton Hewitts delayed retirement just got delayed a little bit more.The 2002 singles champion at Wimbledon teamed up with Jordan Thompson to beat Nicolas Almagro and David Marrero of Spain 6-7 (6), 6-4, 19-17 in doubles.The match lasted nearly four hours and finally ended with Hewitt holding serve.Hewitt finished his singles career at the Australian Open, but then accepted a wild-card entry into the mens doubles tournament at Wimbledon.---7:25 p.m.Ninth-seeded Madison Keys advanced to the fourth round at Wimbledon by beating Alize Cornet 6-4, 5-7, 6-2 on No. 1 Court.The American player, who reached the quarterfinals at the All England Club in 2015, last week became the first American woman to make her debut in the top 10 since Serena Williams in 1999.Keys came into Wimbledon after winning a grass-court title in Birmingham.---6:05 p.m.Andy Murray made his way into the fourth round at Wimbledon by beating John Millman of Australia 6-3, 7-5, 6-2.Murray, the 2013 champion at the All England Club, played his match on Centre Court, starting with the roof open but finishing with it closed after a rain delay.Murray has lost to Novak Djokovic in the finals of both the Australian Open and French Open this year. With Djokovic losing Saturday, the second-seeded Murray could face seven-time champion Roger Federer in the final.---5:35 p.m.Former Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova lost Saturday at the All England Club.The 10th-seeded Czech player lost to Ekaterina Makarova of Russia 7-5, 7-6 (5) in the final second-round match of the tournament.Kvitova and Makarova started the match on Friday, but rain suspended play. After several delays on Saturday, Makarova was finally able to close out the match and the second round.Kvitova won the Wimbledon title in 2011 and `14. Makarovas best showing at Wimbledon was a quarterfinal appearance in 2014.---5:05 p.m.Novak Djokovics 30-match Grand Slam winning streak is over after a stunning 7-6 (6), 6-1, 3-6, 7-6 (5) loss to 41st-ranked Sam Querrey in Wimbledons third round.Djokovic had won the past four major titles in a row -- and was halfway to the first calendar-year Grand Slam for a man since Rod Lavers in 1969.The match ended Saturday, when it was interrupted by three rain delays.They began playing Friday, when Querrey grabbed a two-set lead before play was suspended by showers.When they resumed Saturday, two-time defending Wimbledon champion Djokovic quickly took a 5-0 lead en route to winning the third set, and then he served for the fourth at 5-4. But he was broken there, and they headed to a tiebreaker. The match closed on a forehand error by Djokovic.---4:50 p.m.Novak Djokovic and Sam Querrey are back out on court after their third rain delay of the day.They resume with two-time defending Wimbledon champion Djokovic serving to stay in the third-round match, trailing 6-5 in the fourth set and down two sets to one.The match began Friday night, when play was halted because of rain after Querrey took the opening two sets.---4:40 p.m.The All England Club says all 22,000 tickets for the middle Sunday at Wimbledon sold out in 27 minutes.Organizers decided to play on Sunday for only the fourth time in the tournaments 139-year history after severe delays because of rain.---4 p.m.Kei Nishikori has reached the fourth round at Wimbledon and equaled his best performance at the All England Club.Nishikori beat Andrey Kuznetsov of Russia 7-5, 6-3, 7-5 in less than two hours. He made only 14 unforced errors.That set up Nishikori against Marin Cilic, who beat the Japanese star in the 2014 U.S. Open final.Since then, Nishikori has won both of his matches with the Croat, both last year on outdoor hard courts. Their fourth-round match will be their first on grass.---3:50 p.m.With Novak Djokovic one game from a stunning loss to Sam Querrey, rain is again delaying play at Wimbledon.Djokovic, who has a 30-match Grand Slam winning streak, was about to serve while trailing 6-5 in the fourth set Saturday, and down two sets to one.Querrey won the first two sets of their third-round match before play was stopped because of rain Friday evening. Djokovic then took the thirdd set Saturday.dddddddddddd.---3:15 p.m.Alexander Zverev finished off his match on Saturday, and finally completed the mens second round at Wimbledon.The 24th-seeded German beat Mikhail Youzhny of Russia 6-4, 3-6, 6-0, 4-6, 6-2.There is one more second-round match still to be completed, between two-time champion Petra Kvitova and Ekaterina Makarova.Because of the rain at Wimbledon this week, organizers have decided to play on the middle Sunday for only the fourth time in the tournaments 139-year history.---2:56 p.m.After a quick break for a short rain delay, Novak Djokovic and Sam Querrey are back on court at Wimbledon.Because the rain delay was so brief, only about 10 minutes, the players resumed the match immediately, skipping the usual warm-up period.---2:50 p.m.Play has again been suspended by rain at Wimbledon.Novak Djokovic won the third set of his match against Sam Querrey, but the rain returned after each held serve in the fourth set.Play on Centre Court, which has a retractable roof, has not been disrupted.---2:35 p.m.Novak Djokovic isnt out yet.The top-seeded Djokovic, a three-time Wimbledon champion, won the third set of his match against Sam Querrey 6-3.Djokovic lost the first two sets 7-6 (6), 6-1 on Friday before rain suspended play on No. 1 Court. When they resumed on Saturday morning, Djokovic won the first five games. But Querrey won the next three before Djokovic held serve to take the set.---2:25 p.m.Play has resumed on the outside courts at Wimbledon after a rain delay of nearly two hours.Novak Djokovic, whose match was stopped by rain on Friday after he lost the opening two sets, was leading Sam Querrey 4-0 in the third set when the rain returned.---1:30 p.m.Serena Williams and Viktor Troicki each have been fined $10,000 at Wimbledon for unsportsmanlike conduct.The penalties were announced on Saturday at the Grand Slam tournament, where the biggest amount deducted from a players paycheck so far is the $12,000 for Britains Heather Watson, also for unsportsmanlike conduct.The No. 1-seeded Williams fine was from her second-round victory on Friday. She smashed her racket repeatedly against the turf while sitting in her sideline chair after dropping the first set against Christina McHale, then flung the piece of equipment so far behind her that it landed in the lap of a TV cameraman.Troicki, a Serb seeded 25th, was punished for his tirade against the chair umpire at the end of a five-set loss on Thursday.---1:20 p.m.Wimbledon organizers say they will sell 10,000 unreserved tickets for Sundays play on Centre Court at the All England Club, and 8,000 for No. 1 Court.There will be matches at Wimbledon on the middle Sunday for only the fourth time in the tournaments 139-year history because of rain delays all week.Wimbledon says all tickets will be available only online. Centre Court tickets will cost 70 pounds ($93), while No. 1 Court tickets will be 40 pounds ($53) and grounds passes will be 20 pounds ($27).The only other times that tournament organizers opted to have play on the middle Sunday were 1991, 1997 and 2004. Each time, the occasion -- dubbed Peoples Sunday -- created a carnival-like atmosphere, with the normally staid grounds filled with rowdy fans who snapped up tickets they rarely get the opportunity to buy.---12:25 p.m.Play was again suspended by rain at Wimbledon.Novak Djokovic, whose match on No. 1 Court was stopped by rain on Friday after he lost the opening two sets, was leading Sam Querrey 4-0 in the third set when the rain returned.Play on Centre Court, which has a retractable roof, has not yet started.---11:50 a.m.A day after saving a match point, Sloane Stephens quickly completed her match at Wimbledon and advanced to third round. She beat Mandy Minella of Luxembourg 3-6, 7-6 (6), 8-6.The 18th-seeded American saved a match point in the second-set tiebreaker on Friday, but the match was then suspended by rain with the score tied at 3-3 in the third set.Also, 11th-seeded Timea Bacsinszky of Switzerland beat Monica Niculescu of Romania 4-6, 6-2, 6-1 in another second-round match that was suspended by rain. Bacsinszky had been trailing 1-0 in the third set, but won all six games played on Saturday.In the mens tournament, ninth-seeded Marin Cilic of Croatia completed his match by beating Lukas Lacko of Slovakia 6-3, 6-3, 6-4. Cilic was trailing 1-0 in the third set when the match resumed on Saturday.---11:10 a.m.High noon comes for Novak Djokovic when he resumes his third-round match at Wimbledon two sets down against Sam Querrey of the United States on Saturday.Querrey leads 7-6 (6), 6-1 after their match was one of eight suspended overnight because of rain.He threatens to end Djokovics bid for a true Grand Slam. Djokovic has won the past four major titles, but no man has won them all in the same year since Rod Laver in 1969.Also in action Saturday is 2013 Wimbledon champion Andy Murray, who will try to join Roger Federer in the fourth round.There are also three Wimbledon womens runners-up on the schedule: Agnieszka Radwanska, Sabine Lisicki, and Eugenie Bouchard. ' ' '

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