The Minnesota Wild’s offseason has begun, which means it’s time to examine each player’s roster security going into an action-packed offseason that includes the Seattle Expansion Draft for the Seattle Kraken, who will become the 32nd team in the NHL. Here are the tiers for the roster, broken down based on the roster security each
The Minnesota Wild are currently sitting safely in a playoff spot right now and have been very successful this season as the season is close to concluding. It seems like a good time to do our first installment of a roundtable discussing the remainder of the regular season and the playoffs. This roundtable edition will
One of the biggest factors behind the Minnesota Wild’s successful start to the season has been goaltending. The Wild thought they found the missing puzzle piece when they acquired Devan Dubnyk from the Arizona Coyotes back in 2015, however, his tenure as a starter turned out to be a disaster that eventually held the team
The Minnesota Wild finished their four games out west with two straight victories versus the Vegas Golden Knights. Despite losing the first two contests in San Jose against the Sharks, the Wild earned five of a possible eight points in the standings. It was a rocky start to the week, but ending it on a
The Wild followed up their embarrassing mini-series effort in Denver with three straight victories at home. During this most recent homestand, Minnesota racked up six out of six possible points, with two wins against the Ducks and one versus the Blues. They currently sit seventh in the NHL standings in terms of points percentage and
There was quite a goaltending carousel this offseason with several teams heading into this upcoming season with a new look in-between the pipes, and the Minnesota Wild are one of them. This Offseason After six seasons in the state of hockey, the Wild were clearly ready to move on from Devin Dubnyk. After posting a
Do you ever get so caught up in watching professional sports that you forget those athletes are, indeed, real people? I think we’re all a bit guilty of that from time to time. Yet, it remains that these superstars lead regular, everyday lives. True story. Many of your favorite Minnesota Wild players spend their free time just
Cam Talbot, who spent last season with the Calgary Flames, has signed a three-year deal with the Minnesota Wild worth $11 million – a $3.67 million cap hit. Before manning the crease for the Flames in the Edmonton bubble, Talbot got his start in the league as Henrik Lundqvist’s understudy with the New York Rangers.