Found August 22, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
The Minnesota Wild's $98 million signing of free agent defenseman Ryan Suter last July has been called a lot of things. Expensive. Transformative. Smart. But no one had called it a steal until Wednesday when Nashville Predators coach Barry Trotz tried to stir up a rivalry with their new Central Division rivals. "We've got to start new rivalries like us and Minnesota. They stole Ryan Suter so I want to kick their butt plain and simple" Trotz said during an interview with a Nashville radio station. The Wild and Predators will butt heads often in the new seven-team division that debuts this season. The new rivalry will be joined in Nashville's home opener the season's third game on Oct. 8. The Predators reportedly offered Suter a mere $90 million last year so he headed north and enjoyed his greatest season as a pro. He was a finalist for the Norris Trophy emblematic of the league's best defenseman and made the All-NHL first team for the first time. Su...

Forbes: Wild’s minority owner dinged for $18 million by SEC

Update: Wrong blog. Oh well. Ouch. Forbes Michael Ozanian reports that the Minnesota Wild's minority owner ran afoul of the Securities and Exchanges Commission, and as such, he got dinged with a fine larger than Ryan Suter's signing bonus: Billionaire Philip Falcone will not have to go to the penalty box, but he and his hedge fund, Harbinger Capital Partners, will...
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