The former Wild defenseman is moving on to the Dallas Stars but still remains surprised by decision. Ryan Suter was a member of the Minnesota Wild for nine years, but it all ended in a sudden move that will send affect the team for a significant amount of time.
There are two open spots that need to be filled. The dust has settled, at least a little, from the buyout bombshell Minnesota Wild GM Bill Guerin dropped on us and seemingly Zach Parise and Ryan Suter earlier this offseason.
Minnesota gets even more depth and competition for spots. The Minnesota Wild have been extremely busy the last 48 hours, experiencing their first offseason with the impending doom represented by millions of incoming dead cap due to the buyouts of Ryan Suter and Zach Parise.
The Minnesota Wild are not accustomed to – or experienced at – shopping for free-agent defensemen. However, the void left by the departures of Ryan Suter and Carson Soucy forced management to dip into the open market.
A deep dive into the game of Minnesota’s new center On the first day of free agency, the Minnesota Wild were relatively quiet. Rumored to be pursuing some veteran big fish in Nick Foligno, the Wild struck out, leaving limited options by the end of the day.
The Minnesota Wild GM had loads to say about their process and who they got on Wednesday. Well, the first day of NHL free agency came and went and it wasn’t without a couple fireworks for the Minnesota Wild.
The Minnesota Wild gained one former Pittsburgh Penguin on Wednesday as another one moved on from the franchise on Wednesday, the opening of what should be an active free-agency period for the franchise.
Following the news that the Minnesota Wild will be buying out the contracts of Zach Parise and Ryan Suter, Darren Dreger of TSN is reporting that the Wild will make a pitch for disgruntled center Jack Eichel.