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The Minnesota Wild have sort of made a tradition out of making a splash on draft day. From the Wild making its first 'splash' by dealing a 1st round draft pick (16th Overall Trevor Lewis) and Patrick O'Sullivan to the Los Angeles Kings for Pavol Demitra, and then a few years later dealing Brent Burns for Devin Setoguchi, Charlie Coyle and the 28th Overall pick in 2011 (Zack Phillips). So why should we be surprised took the opportunity of the draft to make some more deals. With a mild deal of trading the rights to defenseman Justin Falk to the New York Rangers for forward Benn Ferriero as well as a 6th round pick in 2014. Yet the next deal was a little sweeter when the Wild dealt Cal Clutterbuck and their 70th Overall pick in this year's draft (3rd round) to the New York Islanders for big winger Nino Niederreiter who was once the 5th Overall pick in 2010. Losing Clutterbuck was likely going to happen anyways because of its restrictions with the salary cap ...
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The New York Islanders have traded forward Nino Niederreiter to the Minnesota Wild in return for Cal Clutterbuck. Niederreiter’s relationship appeared to be shaky with the Islanders during the past season. He wasn’t invited to the team’s training camp and he wasn’t part of the Bridgeport contingent that was recalled when the big club made the playoffs to practice as the [...]
#Isles have acquired Cal Clutterbuck from the Wild for Nino Niederreiter.
— Arthur Staple (@StapeNewsday) June 30, 2013
The Rangers have acquired defenseman Justin Falk from the Minnesota Wild on Sunday for the rights to forward Benn Ferriero and a sixth-round pick in next year's draft.
The 24-year-old Falk had three assists and 40 penalty minutes in 36 games last season with the Wild. He posted a plus or even rating 27 times and skated in his 100th NHL game on March 27 against Phoenix. Falk...
The Minnesota Wild said they would be active on Sunday at the NHL Draft and are following through on their plans.
Looking to make changes to its team while hovering near the decreasing salary cap, Minnesota traded winger Cal Clutterbuck and a third-round pick in today's draft to the New York Islanders for young prospect Nino Niederreiter.
Niederreiter, drafted No. 5 overall...
The Minnesota Wild face some vexing salary cap issues. Winger Dany Heatley’s injury prevents the team axing him with a compliance buy-out, so other moves must occur to make the numbers work.This has triggered speculation that agitating winger Cal Clutterbuck could exit via trade. The team tendered him a contract to protect its rights in restricted free agency, but cap issues may...
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Earlier today during the first round of the draft, the New York Islanders gave Nino Niederreiter his wish. Niederreiter requested a trade back in January, and today the Isles sent him to the Minnesota Wild for winger Cal Clutterbuck, and a third round...
In the first move of the day, the Rangers have acquired defenseman Justin Falk from Minnesota in exchange for Benn Ferriero and a 6th round pick in 2014. Falk, a left handed shot, had a line of 0-3-3 in 36 games this past season, with a -9 rating and 40 PIMs. Falk isn’t terrible on the metrics side of things, with a 2.0 RCorsi (-1.28 CorsiON), a -0.694 Corsi Rel QoC, and 47.9%...
Per the New York Rangers' official website, the Rangers have acquired defenseman Justin Falk from the Minnesota Wild in return for Ben Ferriero and Columbus' 6th round pick in the 2014 draft.
Falk, 24, has one goal and 14 assists in 108 regular season games with the Minnesota Wild. Ferreiro, 26, was acquired from the Penguins last season in return for Chad Kolarik...
Today, the Rangers acquired defenseman Justin Falk from Minnesota in exchange for forward Benn Ferriero and a sixth-round pick (originally Columbus’) in the 2014 NHL Draft.
Falk, 24, registered three assists and 40 penalty minutes in 36 games with the Minnesota Wild last season. He posted a plus or even rating in 27 of his 36 contests, and skated in his 100th career NHL game...
Reports out of NYC this morning that the Minnesota Wild are accepting offers for energy winger Cal Clutterbuck. The asking price: a second round pick in tomorrow's entry draft and a prospect.
The Wild made a one year qualifying offer to the RFA on Thursday according to the Star Tribune.
The Wild desperately need cap space and cant take a salary back from a team that they...
SAINT PAUL, Minn. – Minnesota Wild General Manager Chuck Fletcher today announced the National Hockey League (NHL) club has acquired a sixth-round pick in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft and the rights to restricted free agent forward Benn Ferriero from the New York Rangers in exchange for defenseman Justin Falk.
Ferriero, 26 (4/29/87), recorded one assist in four games with the New...
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The Wild are up against a wall this offseason. They need to find a little cap space, which they would do by letting go of Dany Heatley using something called a compliance buyout, but they can’t do that because he had shoulder surgery and is on the isable list. They needed to find another way to stock their roster and to get their payroll down.
The team needed to make a decision...
According to Minnesota beat writer Michael Russo, the Wild might trade tough guy Cal Clutterbuck this weekend. The Wild tendered qualifying offers to retain the rights of Clutterbuck on Tuesday this week, however it sounds as though General Manager Chuck Fletcher has been in the mood to trade the winger this week. Russo says that the Wild aren’t looking for a [...]