An NHL player has sparked outrage after photos surfaced on social media showing him holding the remains of a decapitated grizzly bear and brandishing its head and severed paws for a photograph.
Clayton Stoner, a defenseman for the Minnesota Wild ice hockey team, posted the photograph of himself brandishing the gnarly trophy after a hunting trip last May in an area known as...
from QMI AGENCY at the Toronto Sun,
Clayton Stoner, deep in preparation for the start of NHL action next month, has something else on his plate.
British Columbia’s Coastal First Nations (CFN) group is not pleased with the 28-year-old Minnesota Wild defenceman’s actions on its land last spring after Stoner allegedly gunned down a five-year-old grizzly bear named Cheeky...
DROP THE GLOVES
On Saturday night Columbus Blue Jackets forward Jared Boll and Minnesota Wild defenseman Clayton Stoner went at it in a rematch of their tilt from January 29th. The last time these two heavyweights fought it was a solid draw, but this time Boll (6’3″ 195 lbs) destroyed Stoner (6’4″ 228 lbs). Boll must really hate Stoner because he broke the unspoken code that you don’t...
Minnesota Wild Defenseman Clayton Stoner lays the woods to Vancouver Canucks forward fraud Alex Burrows. This a textbook legal hit. So far through one period this is the only bright spot for the Minnesota Wild.
The Minnesota Wild have signed defenseman Clayton Stoner to a two-year contract extension.
The Wild announced the move on Thursday. The 27-year-old Stoner is one member of a rebuilding defense corps that the Wild hopes to improve in front of goaltender Niklas Backstrom next season.
Stoner had one goal and four assists in 51 games for the Wild last season. He led the team in plus...
Despite an injury prone career, the Minnesota Wild felt that defenseman Clayton Stoner is important enough to factor into their future plans.
Wild General Manager Chuck Fletcher announced Tuesday that the club has re-signed Stoner to a two-year contract extension.
Stoner, 27, missed 32 games in 2011-12 with a myriad of injuries, but still led the team's defensemen and was third...
NHL Hockey: Clayton Stoner
POB: Port McNeill, B.C., Canada
Height: 6-3 Weight: 225lbs
Shoots: L, Position: D
NHL Seasons: 2
It wouldn’t be the West Coast without mention of a Stoner!
Clayton Stoner followed in the footsteps of another NHL star Willie Mitchell from the small West Coast logging town of Port McNeill, B.C. It is amazing that...
TUESDAY'S STORYLINE: "It is a little weird," said Clayton Stoner on his new-found position as one of the veteran defensemen on the Wild blue line. On Sunday, the 27 year old returned from missing 17 games with a lower body injury. In the 17 games he was gone, the Wild traded veteran defensemen Marek Zidlicky, Nick Schultz and Greg Zanon. That left Stoner, with 105 games...
MONDAY'S STORY LINE: Before heading to Colorado to take on the Avalanche, the Wild hit the ice at the Xcel Energy Center for practice.
Defenseman Clayton Stoner, who has missed 15 games with a lower body injury, joined the team for the first time in a month. The defenseman was happy to be back with his teammates after four weeks of working out on his own and with a trainer....
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SATURDAY'S STORY LINE: The Wild get one injured player back and lose another tonight in Calgary. Clayton Stoner (lower body) will be back in the lineup, Pierre-Marc Bouchard (lower body) missed practice the past two days andwill be out. Bouchard is day-to-day and will be re-evaluated when the team gets back to the Twin Cities.
Stoner has missed 5 games and Yeo is happy to have...