Nino Niederreiter scraps with Nathan MacKinnon.
I remember the 2003 Stanley Cup Playoffs for a lot of reasons. It was the year in the Western Conference where seeds didn’t matter at all as #7 Minnesota and #8 Anaheim made it to the Conference Finals. The Ducks demonstrated that a hot goaltender in current Colorado backup Jean-Sebastien Giguere and a timely offense can get to...
Los Angeles Kings defenseman Jake Muzzin caught Minnesota Wild forward Nino Niederreiter with his head down in the open ice and absolutely leveled him. Niederreiter was knocked out of the game and it’s easy to see why, this looked rough.
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(1 of 5) Niederreiter makes full body contact. While there is contact to head, refer to rule 48 points (i) & (ii).. pic.twitter.com/ta3lqfGDgi— NHL Player Safety (@NHLPlayerSafety) March 27, 2014I told the Canucks fans that were chirping me on twitter last night that his hit was not a suspendable hit. I was told to re-read Rule 48. Yet, I was right… I wonder where those Vancouver...
Nino Niederreiter received two for interference, Alex Burrows would return to the game.
Here is the the video from the Wild broadcast and below is the Vancouver broadcast...
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Minnesota forward Nino Niederreiter was given a two-minute minor for interference. As you can see Nino hit Alexandre Burrows with a legal shoulder-to-shoulder check. There was no interference either. This is a blown call. The line - Nino Niederreiter Interference - 2 min against Alexandre Burrows
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Nino Niederreiter is excited to head to Sochi, Russia this weekend and participate in his first Olympic games.
First, he had to gain some bragging rights over his soon-to-be Swiss teammate and roommate Roman Josi.
Niederreiter, in his first season with the Minnesota Wild, said he was just picking up speed as he streaked down the right side in overtime on Thursday...
Nino Niederreiter snagged the puck off the boards and rushed toward the net, deftly setting up a wrist shot with a slick deke to each side.
The puck whizzed past Nashville goalie Carter Hutton's stick to give Minnesota an overtime victory but, before it got there, it had to elude Niederreiter's good friend.
Niederreiter's goal with 2:44 left in the extra period lifted...
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February 07, 2014
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Nino Niederreiter made a strong first impression with his new team.
Niederreiter, the 21-year-old Minnesota Wild forward acquired this offseason from the Islanders, scored the Wild's only goal in Tuesday's 3-1 preseason loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets. But even when he wasn't burying the puck in the back of the net, the 6-foot-2, 208-pound Niederreiter...
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- The Minnesota Wild had done their due diligence on Nino Niederreiter entering the 2010 NHL Draft, enticed by the Swiss forward's size and skill.
Niederreiter ended up being selected fifth overall by the New York Islanders four spots, before Minnesota picked Mikael Granlund. It took another three years, but Niederreiter finally learned what it would be like...
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According to Katie Strang of ESPN New York, 2010 fifth-overall pick Nino Niederreiter has seen enough of the Islanders.
#Isles Nino Niederreiter's camp is seeking a trade from the Islanders, a source tells ESPNNY. Unhappy with current situation
— Katie Strang (@KatieStrangESPN) January 22, 2013
Niederreiter has been the most consistent point producer for the...