Does A J.T. Miller Trade Make Sense For The Wild?
By Aaron Propson - Feb 1, 2022
For perhaps the first time in franchise history, the Minnesota Wild are legitimate cup Stanley Cup contenders this year. Sure, the Wild has been a consistent playoff […]
Calen Addison Has Earned The Right To Play Over Jordie Benn
By Aaron Propson - Jan 24, 2022
The last time Minnesota Wild had sky-high hopes for a prospect pool, it was for a quartet of 2010 draftees. Nino Niederreiter, Charlie Coyle, Mikael Granlund, and […]
Incredible Salary Cap Bargains Are Fueling Minnesota’s Success
By Aaron Propson - Jan 17, 2022
The Wild will have to make tough decisions shortly. The NHL salary cap won’t be increasing anytime soon, and they already have the Zach Parise and Ryan […]
Mats Zuccarello Is Helping the Wild Win With and Without Kaprizov
By Aaron Propson - Jan 10, 2022
The Minnesota Wild entered Saturday night with nearly $40 million in cap space out of the lineup. Three of its top four defensemen, all gone. Their No. […]
The Wild Should Be Concerned About Their Goaltending
By Aaron Propson - Jan 7, 2022
The Minnesota Wild dropped a stinker in front of more than 38,000 fans as they welcomed the St. Louis Blues for the State of Hockey’s first-ever Winter […]
Jonas Brodin Is (Somehow) Still Underappreciated
By Aaron Propson - Jan 3, 2022
If you ask Minnesota Wild fans who the most underrated player on the team is, they will probably say it’s Jonas Brodin. Almost anyone who watches most […]
Will the Wild Repeat Their 2016-17 Fate?
By Aaron Propson - Dec 13, 2021
It’s been a dream start for the Minnesota Wild this season. Through the first 27 games, they sit comfortably atop the Western Conference and have the fourth-highest […]
Kulikov and Merrill Have Been Instrumental To the Wild’s Red-Hot Start
By Aaron Propson - Dec 8, 2021
Just as everyone expected, the Minnesota Wild sit atop the Central Division standings at the quarter-mark of the 2021-22 season. All the more impressive considering the slow […]