The game started out well for the Minnesota Wild. They took a 1-0 lead off a Charlie Coyle goal early in the first period and then the lights went out […]
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The Minnesota Wild is creating a buzz in Minnesota due their strong play in the past ten games. The Wild are heading into the playoffs as the Western Conference’s top […]
As the Minnesota Wild begin a new season, one area that they have actively sought to improve upon is the power play. Many games are won on a very slim […]
On June 24, 2011, forward Charlie Coyle was acquired by the Minnesota Wild along with Devin Setoguchi and a first round pick in exchange for a second round selection and veteran […]
With fantasy hockey drafts rapidly approaching, fantasy managers will be scrambling to pick up the best dual-position players when draft day rolls around. Of course, everyone would love to have […]
Prior to the NHL trade deadline, the Minnesota Wild acquired Buffalo Sabres’ forward Jason Pominville. The official trade included Jason Pominville and a fourth round pick in the 2014 NHL Entry […]
One fact was pretty clear before the start of the Minnesota Wild’s first round series against the Chicago Blackhawks. The Wild would need their rookies to step up and be […]
Pre-season projection: Playoff team Final team record: 26-19-3 (8th in Western Conference) Flip a coin. The Minnesota Wild made the playoffs for the first time in five years; they almost […]
When you think of the Minnesota Wild, the names Zach Parise, Ryan Suter, Mikko Koivu, and Niklas Backstrom come to mind, as they should. Suter and Parise were acquired to vault the latter two Finns into playoff contention for the first time since 2008.
While the dual free agent signees’ impact has been noticeable, a relatively small Wild lineup (save for a healthy Mike Rupp) has been actively seeking bottom-six forwards capable of a shutdown, bump and grind style.
In the Old West, a renowned but aging gunslinger usually ended his career with a bullet in a ditch. In the new West, he’s paid $7.5 million this year and […]
An army made up of just privates and generals cannot win a war. Much the same, the Minnesota Wild, breaking in promising recruits like Mikael Granlund, Jonas Brodin, Jason Zucker, […]
The Minnesota Wild are currently outside of the Western conference playoff spots with an 8-7-2 record through 17 games. This is not the position that many fans expected to find […]