As the Twins are making a push to get into the MLB playoffs, it crossed my mind that all major sports have a decent shot at making the playoffs within the next 12 months.
The Wild’s leading scoring last season Mikael Granlund has been signed on to play 3 more years for the Minnesota Wild.
Within the span of 4 days, Everson Griffen, Xavier Rhodes and Nino Niederreiter all signed big extensions to keep them in the land of 10,000 lakes.
The powerful team unit that was the Minnesota Wild last season has taken somewhat of a hit in the offseason, shedding the likes of Alex Tuch, Jason Pominville, Marco Scandella, Darcy Kuemper, and Martin Hanzal via trade, Vegas’ expansion draft, or the free agency. Despite this, however, the Wild has done very well to bring in some strong talents to keep pushing Minnesota in its upward trajectory. Bringing in the likes of Tyler Ennis, Marcus Foligno, Ryan Murphy, Cal O’Reilly, and Kyle Quincey is all well and good, but one…
If the rumors are true, Minnesota Wild Russian prospect Kirill Kaprizov is signing a 3-year extension with his team in the KHL and now I hate everything about that league.
The Minnesota Wild have traded away defenseman Marco Scandella and forward Jason Pominville to the Buffalo Sabres.
Adidas has unveiled the new home sweaters for each NHL team, and the Minnesota Wild have arguably one of the best.
With the new NHL expansion franchise, the Vegas Golden Knights, picking their team this week, they effectively have other teams at their mercy.
With the NHL officially in full offseason mode, Adidas and NHL teams have started teasing some new jerseys on Twitter.
Rumors are beginning to circulate that the Minnesota Wild and Boston Bruins could be in trade talks involving Minnesota defenseman Jonas Brodin.