Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images This would’ve been spicy. For now, Devan Dubnyk remains a member of the Minnesota Wild. But according to a report from Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman, the Montreal Canadiens apparently had their eye on the Wild netminder before acquiring Jake Allen from the St.
As the Minnesota Wild continue to make front page news in terms of trades and changes to their roster — they picked up Marcus Johansson and Nick Bjugstad this week — there is more news coming out of the organization as it appears a forward with a ton of unrealized potential won’t be back.
Photo by Dave Sandford/NHLI via Getty Images At 35 years old, Eric Staal showed he can still perform in the postseason. On most teams, Eric Staal probably wouldn’t be playing the role of a top-line center.
Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images The extension given to Jonas Brodin greatly complicates Matt Dumba’s future with the Wild. After arguably his best season as a pro, Jonas Brodin has officially agreed to remain with the Minnesota Wild for seven more years.
Photo by Joe Sargent/NHLI via Getty Images Here’s everything you need to know about what the Wild are getting in Nick Bjugstad. In case you missed it, the Minnesota Wild made a pretty notable trade on Friday.
Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images The Wild kicked off the offseason Friday night with their first significant roster move The Minnesota Wild made their first significant roster move of the 2020 offseason Friday night, acquiring center Nick Bjugstad from the Pittsburgh Penguins.
After 1028 career playoff games, 729 points later (205 goals, 504 assists), and 11 years as captain it sounds as though Mikko Koivu’s marvelous career with the Minnesota Wild may come to a close this Fall.
Sometimes, what is old is new again. Could that be the case with the Edmonton Oilers and goaltender Devan Dubnyk? The Oilers are in search of a veteran tandem goalie this offseason, and Dubnyk could be back on the free agent market looking to rebuild his value after a disastrous season in Minnesota.
Kirill Kaprizov will finally suit up for the Minnesota Wild during the 2020-21 NHL season. Here is a look at his KHL career and how it took five years and three general managers before he finally signed his contract with Minnesota.