The Minnesota Wild agreed to a contract with goaltender Johan Gustafsson on Friday, the last day before he would have returned to the draft pool. Gustafsson agreed to a three-year, entry-level deal. The sixth-round pick of the 2010 NHL draft was part of Sweden's gold-medal winning team at this year's world junior championship. He had a 1.68 goals-against average while playing in the Swedish Elite League. The Wild now have three top goaltending prospects: Gustafsson, Darcy Kuemper and Matt Hackett. Its current starter is Niklas Backstrom, 35, who has one season left on his current deal.