Tonight, the Minnesota Wild defend the Conference III Belt for the first time since winning both ends of a two-in-three set with the Avs to start the season. Their first Central Time challenger? The Dallas Stars, who will try to add the Conference III Belt to their Precog Stanley Cup.
Today in History
Michael Servetus — variously described as a theologian, cartographer, doctor, and general Renaissance man — is burned at the stake October 27, 1553, for teaching an unorthodox view of the Trinity (some folks, particularly non-trinitarians, regard him as a martyr, though it’s not that he rejected the Trinity per se that got him executed) and for regarding infant baptism as a tool of the devil, running him afoul of pro-infant-baptism Calvinists in Switzerland.