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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
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Minnesota Wild: Prospects Tournament Roster

Here's the roster for the Traverse City Prospects Tourney. You can see that the Wild have a few ex-college hockey players on the roster. Forwards 82 Olivier Archambault 6-0 190 Left 2/16/93 Le Gardeur, Quebec Quebec QMJHL 38 19 27 46 37 INVITEE80 Jessey Astles 6-2 205 Left 6/4/93 Coquitlam, British Columbia Tri-City WHL 50 11 9 20 67 INVITEE62 Brady Brassart 6-2 196 Right 6/15...
Via Goon's World
September 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Pre-Season Game #5: Wild vs Blues game preview

Its getting closer to opening night (October 3rd), and the team is trimming its roster.  Yesterday the team trimmed down to 28 players sending down Erik Haula, Colten Jobke, Raphael Bussieres, Tyler Graovac, Kris Foucault, Zack Phillips, Josh Caron, Kyle Medvec, Corbin Baldwin, Darcy Kuemper and Johan Gustafsson to Iowa.  Meanwhile it also placed younger professional vets; Carson...
Via State of Hockey News
September 25, 2013  |  Discuss

2013 Wild Prospect Camp, new faces but the same goals

For some players, its about trying to show a team the potential that they felt they had drafted.  For others, its about trying to show a team the potential they wish they had drafted.  Either way, impressions are made and a player can find themselves closer to their dream of playing in the NHL or at some other level of professional hockey.  Just because you shine or play well...
Via State of Hockey News
July 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Wild sign 2012 second-rounder Bussieres

ST. PAUL, Minn. The Minnesota Wild added to their stable of young prospects Thursday by signing 2012 second-round pick Raphael Bussieres to an entry-level contract. Bussieres, the No. 46 overall pick in last year's draft, had 29 goals and 39 assists with a plus-27 rating in 60 games for Baie-Comeau Drakkar in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League this season. A 6-foot-1, 197...
Via Fox Sports North
May 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Hockey seasons start rolling for some in the Wild system, a guide to who is playing when and ...

Sometimes, misfortune can bring about opportunity.  I have stated this before, but I coach high school football in Wisconsin.  I love football, but unfortunately our season is over.  Normally my weekends are spent looking at film and scouting our next opponent.  Now I have time to bring about my focus to hockey.  The lockout is still rolling along on what should've been...
Via State of Hockey News
October 13, 2012  |  Discuss

2012 Wild Development Camp Scrimmage photos

  Jonas Brodin looks over in Team Green's direction during warm ups.  I know this is about a week late but I finally got all of my pictures from this year's development camp.  So I am going to give you about 20 pictures from the Sunday scrimmage of some of the Wild's top prospects.  I will provide captions but I hope you enjoy he visual journey.  All of these pictures...
Via State of Hockey News
July 21, 2012  |  Discuss
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