The Minnesota Wild have scored 126 goals this season which ranks 12th league-wide. This is surprising given they have had the worst power play in the entire league for a majority of the season but displays how strong they have been at 5-on-5.
We didn’t need a bigger boat. You’ve all seen this one before. In any nature documentary worth the film it’s printed on, two forces collide: one, a majestic apex predator in search of one or two more good years; from across the field, a plucky and burgeoning young challenger here to earn its place at the top.
The Minnesota Wild have called up a few players this season due to COVID-19 protocols, injury issues, etc. Several of these players have done well in their first taste of the NHL, including forwards Luke Johnson and Kyle Rau.
Your daily dose of Wild news, along with other interesting stories from around the NHL. That’s Wild After the tame trade deadline, Dom of The Athletic went ahead and put in his two cents about how the Stanley Cup playoffs looked, as he ranked and tiered the likely contenders.
Your daily dose of Wild news, along with other interesting stories from around the NHL. That’s Wild Zach Parise hasn’t been his former self for the Minnesota Wild this season, but he’s accepting a new role on the fourth line and contributing as a depth winger.
Zuccarello notched two on the kickstarted powerplay. After postponing the game for things that are more important than hockey, the Minnesota Wild resumed play to face the Arizona Coyotes this afternoon.
This edition of the Minnesota Wild Notebook will feature the Minnesota Wild’s decision to stay quiet at the 2021 NHL Trade Deadline as GM Bill Guerin didn’t want to sell his pending free agents or lose future assets for a playoff run.
Minnesota Wild general manager Bill Guerin set up the 2021 Trade Deadline to be a seller. After an eventful offseason, it appeared the plan would be to flip the pending unrestricted free agents for draft capital to help bolster their prospect pool.
The Minnesota sports schedule continues to be in flux due to social unrest The National Hockey League and Minnesota Wild have announced another schedule change, moving Wednesday’s game against the Arizona Coyotes to 1 p.m.
The game is rescheduled for May 12 after a curfew announced for Minneapolis and St. Paul. The National Hockey League announced today that Monday night’s scheduled game between the Minnesota Wild and the St.
Welcome to this week’s installment of Minnesota Wild Weekly, which will take a look at the past week of Wild hockey. It will include notes, the biggest takeaways, and, of course, the review of the week.
The NHL Trade Deadline is a critical date every season as a simple miscue by management can affect a team’s short-term and long-term success. The Minnesota Wild made several deals that turned out to be nothing more than a waste of assets which handcuffed their future and delayed an inevitable retool.