Found June 15, 2013 on Razzball Hockey:
The Minnesota Wild were a playoff team largely due to goaltender Niklas Backstrom and some timely offense. Sometimes it showed up in bunches while other times it would hibernate for a week at a time. Let’s take a look back at the Wild who made fantasy owners crazy at times. Team Name: Minnesota Wild Record: 26-19-3, 2nd Northwest, Lost 4-1 to Chicago in Western Conference Quarterfinals. Player of the Season: Zach Parise and Mikko Koivu both get this distinction. Parise (18-20–38 with 13 PP points) and Koivu (11-26–37 with 13 PP points) were two of the most consistent players on this team this season. They, along with Suter, were the three real keys to success on the power play. Breakout of the Season: Josh Harding doesn’t have a great stat line with a 1-1-0 record and a 3.24 GAA and .863 save percentage. He did, however, perform better in the playoffs. He allowed Chicago 12 goals in five games with a better GAA and save percentage. And all of this while he is battling the effects of...

Wild G Josh Harding wins NHL's Masterton Trophy

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Josh Harding wasn't sure if he would be able to continue his NHL career last summer when he was shook by the news that he was diagnosed with multiple scleroris. Harding wasn't sure of a lot of things. But he knew he wanted to keep playing hockey. He had just signed a new three-year contract with the Minnesota Wild and with the support of the organization...

2013 NHL Entry Draft Speculation for the Minnesota Wild: Forwards

Every year the Stanley Cup playoffs often give us an example of how a player selected in the later rounds (beyond the 1st round) or was an undrafted free agent goes on to become a post-season hero.  Chicago's Bryan Bickell (41st Overall in 2004) and Andrew Shaw (139th Overall in 2011) as well as Los Angeles' Dwight King (109th Overall in 2007) and Jordan Nolan (186th Overall...
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