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Four Ways the Wild Can Create Cap Space This Offseason
By Aaron Heckmann - Jun 11, 2021
The Minnesota Wild’s No. 1 priority heading into this critical offseason is handing out extensions to their restricted free agents, including Kirill Kaprizov, Kevin Fiala, and Joel […]
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Jordan Greenway Is Causing A Seattle Expansion Draft Dilemma
By Aaron Heckmann - Jun 4, 2021
Just over a year ago, Bill Guerin expressed his disappointment with Jordan Greenway. In an exit meeting with the young forward, Guerin told Greenway he needed to […]
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Joel Eriksson Ek Has Become a Force to Be Reckoned With
By Aaron Heckmann - May 30, 2021
The Minnesota Wild shouldn’t regret taking Joel Eriksson Ek over Brock Boeser in the first round of the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. Boeser had an immediate impact […]
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Inside the Wild’s Catastrophic Second Period Meltdown
By Aaron Heckmann - May 21, 2021
After a dominant first period, the Minnesota Wild had a second-period meltdown and never recovered on Thursday night, losing Game 3 to the Vegas Golden Knights, 5-2. […]
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Zach Parise Shouldn’t Be a Healthy Scratch In the Playoffs
By Aaron Heckmann - May 16, 2021
After three straight healthy scratches in the final stretch of the season, it became clear that Zach Parise’s future with the Minnesota Wild was in jeopardy. Then […]
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Minnesota’s New Faces Should Bring New Results In the Playoffs
By Aaron Heckmann - May 7, 2021
After failing to get past the first round of the playoffs for five straight seasons, the Minnesota Wild undertook a roster overhaul. One major effect of the […]
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Marcus Foligno Has Become Irreplaceable
By Aaron Heckmann - Apr 30, 2021
The claim that a bottom-six forward is irreplaceable might be a stretch. But the way veteran winger Marcus Foligno has played since the Minnesota Wild traded for […]