JOHAN GUSTAFSSON NEWS

Wild reassign 12 players, training camp roster at 39

The Minnesota Wild trimmed their training camp roster to 39 players Friday after reassigning 10 players to Iowa of the American Hockey League and sending two players back to their junior teams. Those sent to Iowa include goaltenders John Curry, who appeared in two games for Minnesota last season, and Johan Gustafsson, a sixth-round draft pick in 2010 who appeared in 40 games for...
Via Fox Sports North
September 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Minnesota Wild prospect profile: Johan Gustafsson (video)

If you’re looking for the biggest issue with the Minnesota Wild in the near future, look no further than goaltending. After a carousel of netminders occupied the Wild’s crease last season, the team is trying to find stability for years down the road. While Darcy Kuemper showed his own flashes of greatness at the end of last season, Johan Gustafsson is quietly waiting in the...
Via isportsweb.com
July 29, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 Wild Draft Preview: Goaltenders

Could Thatcher Demko be the first goaltender ever to be taken in the 1st round by the Minnesota Wild? Goaltenders are kind of like bacon.  You can go on in life without thinking about it much, but it can make life (for teams) so much easier if its there and often can be the difference between something that is ‘just ok’ and something great.  Just think about it, a hamburger...
Via State of Hockey News
June 17, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Iowa wild goalie gets puck stuck in goalie mask

Iowa Wild goalie Johan Gustafsson  had a freak incident happen when a puck got stuck in one of the eye holes in his mask. This is exactly why cat eyes are banned at some of the lower levels of hockey, though something like this is very rare. [@cjzero] The post Iowa Wild Goalie Gets Puck Stuck in Goalie Mask appeared first on Diehardsport.
Via Diehardsport
March 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Zach Parise to IR, Josh Harding set to return for Wild

Facing a critical stretch of four straight home games, the Minnesota Wild will be without one of their top offensive players for at least one game, but could get back their top performer in goal. Minnesota placed Zach Parise, the team's third-leading scorer with 27 points, on injured reserve Saturday. The Wild also reassigned goaltender Johan Gustafsson to the Iowa Wild of the American...
Via Fox Sports North
December 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Wild's Harding placed on IR

Goaltender Josh Harding has been put on IR to change some treatments to help his multiple sclerosis. According to the Minnesota Wild's twitter page, the protocol is for a minor adjustment that is a type of protocol. Harding is apparently feeling great, as he is having the best season of his career and he is waiting to return to the lineup in Winnipeg on December 27th. So far this...
Via Sports Injury Alert
December 18, 2013  |  Discuss
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