Minnesota Wild Roster Predictions 2017-18
The month of September is nearly upon us and teams will soon begin to file in for their respective training camps. For the Minnesota Wild, this year will be quite different from the past few years. There will be a handful of new veteran faces in camp as well as the absence of others. There […]
Wild Need Rebound Season From Parise
Zach Parise is one of the core veterans of the Minnesota Wild. When the Wild brought Parise and Ryan Suter to the state of hockey in 2012, they hoped their fortunes would change with Parise bringing leadership and some much-needed goal scoring ability. So far, Parise has done that. He posted 18 goals and 38 […]
Niederreiter, Granlund Earn New Deals
It took long enough, but the Minnesota Wild have signed their top two restricted free agents, Mikael Granlund and Nino Niederreiter, to multi-year contracts. The Wild signed Niederreiter to a five-year deal worth $26.25 million, an average of $5.25 million per year. The following day, the Wild locked up Granlund for three years at $17.25 […]
Wild Assistant Coach Scott Stevens Resigns
The Minnesota Wild now have another need that has to be addressed this summer. According to Michael Russo of the Star Tribune, assistant coach Scott Stevens has resigned. Stevens pulled head coach Bruce Boudreau aside recently, telling him his intentions to step down. Boudreau stated that Stevens will be “very difficult to replace” and that […]
Could Wild Trade For Dallas’ Draft Pick?
The Minnesota Wild are looking to make some changes to their team this summer. As Wild general manager Chuck Fletcher has already stated, he is “open for business”, so they will try to improve via trades and free agency. The Wild aren’t the only team looking to make some deals this summer. With a new […]
Will Neiderreiter or Granlund Get a Wild Contract?
As we approach the month of June, we’ll start to get a better glimpse of what this Minnesota Wild team will look like for next season. The Wild have several free agents that need to be re-signed and Wild management is looking to improve their team this offseason. Two of the Wild’s key free agents […]
Wild & Avalanche Are Perfect Trade Partners
What is the possibility of two division rivals making a blockbuster trade? Most people would say that the chances are slim. However, if two teams possess assets that the opposite team wants, and wants bad enough, that could change everything. The Minnesota Wild and Colorado Avalanche are two teams who are going to be busy […]
Should The Wild Consider Moving A Key Player?
The Minnesota Wild and their staff are heading into a very important offseason. Their team is coming off of a fifth consecutive season where they were bounced from the playoffs within the first two rounds. Although Chuck Fletcher has stated that there won’t be a complete overhaul of the team, changes are coming nonetheless. Key […]
3 “Not-so Wild” Free Agent Candidates for the Wild
The Minnesota Wild and their general manager, Chuck Fletcher, have said that roster changes will be coming this summer. Fletcher has no plans to shake up the team in big ways, but we should expect to see some new faces in a Wild sweater next season. Fletcher has been known to make plenty of moves […]
Wild Need Quality Goalie Behind Dubnyk
Devan Dubnyk plays a key role in the Wild’s success. Over the course of two and a half seasons, Dubnyk has solidified the goalie position. A position that was in so much doubt for several years in the State of Hockey. He has put together back-to-back seasons of starting 60 plus games, won 30 or more, […]
Wild Need Pure Goal Scorer
There is something that most NHL teams have and the Wild need, and that’s a pure goal scorer. They have been without a pure, natural goal scorer since the Marian Gaborik days. Gaborik parted ways with the Wild following the 2008-09 season and has left a void that the Wild have not been able to […]
Changes Needed For The Wild
Different year, same Wild team, same results. The Wild saw what was a record-setting year come to yet another abrupt end as they were eliminated in five games by the St. Louis Blues. A team that was outstanding and dominated offensively was eliminated quickly and early in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs and […]
Maple Leafs’ Talented Youth Promises a Bright Future
It wasn’t that long ago when the Toronto Maple Leafs were consistently one of the worst teams in hockey. With only one playoff appearance in 11 seasons and none in the past three, the future didn’t look promising. Yes, the Leafs had a strong prospect pool, but this team was considered to be a middle-of-the-pack-type […]
Can Wild Pull off the Impossible?
The Wild are in a position that most people wouldn’t have believed five days ago. After failing to score more than a goal for the third time in this series, they are down three games to the Blues. Head coach Bruce Boudreau doesn’t believe the series is over, but the odds are stacked against them. Especially […]
Wild Veterans Key To Playoff Success
The Wild’s veterans have played a huge part in the team’s success recently. Over the last four seasons, the Wild have made the postseason. In those four years, they have not made it past the second round, nor have they been able to defeat Chicago in a seven-game series. Part of that was due to […]
Can Eriksson Ek Provide a Spark for Minnesota?
The Minnesota Wild are looking for a spark for a team that has limped through March. According to Michael Russo of the Star Tribune, the Minnesota Wild are bringing back Joel Eriksson Ek. Head coach Bruce Boudreau also confirmed this on Tuesday in an interview. He said that he doesn’t know if they plan on […]
Should Mikael Granlund be Considered Elite?
It’s been a career year for 25-year-old Mikael Granlund. Through just 70 games this season, he has posted career highs in goals, assists, power play points and shots. Granlund currently sits 12th in the NHL in scoring and leads the Minnesota Wild with 66 points and only 12 penalty minutes. Not only has Granlund developed statistically, he […]
Wild Need to Rediscover Their Game
The Minnesota Wild have to be plenty excited to be done with the month of March. A month that has seen the top team in the Central Division and Western Conference drop five straight games, with a 2-8 record for the entire month. For a team that has looked so dominant for a majority of the […]
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