Wild Hope Greenway Lives up to ELC
The Luke Kunin injury was devastating for the Minnesota Wild in many ways. Waiving Chris Stewart to add the young prospect to the roster was a tough decision that the team felt it had to make. Losing Kunin for the entire season was a disaster for a team that gave up a lot for his […]
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Wild Will Struggle to Make the Playoffs
Minnesota sports have always been known for their luck, though not in a good way. Former Minnesota Vikings kicker Gary Anderson became the first kicker in NFL history to have a perfect regular season with no missed field goals or extra points, but went on to miss a 38-yard field goal which resulted in a […]
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Bigger Impact Signing: Zach Parise or Ryan Suter
The Fourth of July in 2012 was a glorious day in the state of Minnesota. Zach Parise and Ryan Suter joined forces to play for the state of hockey with matching 13-year, $98-million contracts. The signing changed the culture and fan outlook instantaneously for a team that had failed to make the postseason for four […]
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Criticism Persists for Wild’s Ryan Suter
The hefty paydays for the Minnesota Wild’s Zach Parise and Ryan Suter, with matching 13-year, $98 million contracts, was always going to get people talking. Parise has received his fair share of criticism, especially after some injury-riddled campaigns. Suter has missed only five total games since joining the Wild prior to the 2012-13 season. He […]
Kunin Injury Forces Wild Roster Moves
Days after the Minnesota Wild waived forward Chris Stewart, Luke Kunin has suffered an ACL tear. Stewart, who was waived in order to have enough cap flexibility to bring Kunin up from Iowa, was claimed by the Calgary Flames the following day. Kunin will miss the rest of the season and is expected to return […]
NHL 18 Player Ratings – Minnesota Wild
Video game ratings are important for a lot of players. Just ask NBA player, Donovan Mitchell, who campaigned for a higher dunk rating in NBA 2K18. Some NFL players, such as Mike Evans, make it their goal for the season to improve their Madden rating. These ratings mean as much to players as they do […]
Wild Make Minor Tweaks for Playoff Push
The NHL trade deadline has come and gone. The Minnesota Wild didn’t bring in any big name players like in previous years, nor did they dish off star caliber talent. Instead, Minnesota decided to bet on their current roster. The decision was met with praise from goaltender Devin Dubnyk. “It’s important, it shows that they believe […]
Minnesota Wild’s Best Young Forward
During the Minnesota Wild’s long playoff drought, the team was in the process of stacking its farm system. All the main young prospects are now NHL-caliber players in the form of Jason Zucker, Charlie Coyle, Mikael Granlund, and Nino Niederreiter. Each of the four players is 26 or younger, meaning that they haven’t yet hit […]
Minnesota Wild’s Captain Conundrum
Beginning in the 2009-10 season, the Wild abandoned the rotating captain setup that they had, and gave Mikko Koivu the privilege of being the first permanent captain in franchise history. After the conclusion of the 2017-18 season, Koivu will have been captain for nine total seasons in his 13-year career. The club has qualified for […]
What Is Jason Zucker’s Value to the Wild?
Jason Zucker has been one of the Minnesota Wild’s more consistent players over the years. He has improved nearly every season in the NHL, excluding his 2015-16 season. He currently ranks at No. 8 in all-time goals for the Wild, totaling 83 goals in 296 games. His speed seems to surprise everyone each time he […]
Wild Thinking: Smart Decision Choosing Boudreau over Yeo?
The Minnesota Wild are only on coach number five. The 2017-18 season is only their 17th season in the NHL after joining in 2000-01 (2004-05 season was cancelled due to lockout). That means each coach lasts roughly three and a half seasons. Still the only standout season is the 2002-03 season in which Jacques Lemaire […]
Wild Struggles Persist Against Division Opponents
The Minnesota Wild had been kicking in the new year with style. The team had posted a 4-1 record in it last five games as the team began to get healthy. During the stretch, the Wild outscored their opponents 19-10. As suddenly as the scoring surge came, it vanished en route to a 7-2 defeat […]
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