The Wild Will Only Go As Far As Cam Talbot Will Take Them
By Giles Ferrell - May 25, 2021
It is cliché to say that “goaltending wins or loses you playoff games.” But this applies to the 2021 playoff Minnesota Wild. The only way they advance […]
What Did Evason Do During the Regular Season to Generate Scoring Against Vegas?
By Giles Ferrell - May 19, 2021
In the aftermath of Tuesday night’s Game 2 defeat, there were calls for line changes on the Minnesota Wild heading into their next matchup with the Vegas […]
No Excuses For the Wild After Getting Preferred First-Round Matchup
By Giles Ferrell - May 14, 2021
With the rest of the league done and waiting, the hockey world watched as the Colorado Avalanche defeated the Los Angeles Kings 5-1 to wrap up the […]
The Divorce Between Zach Parise and the Wild Is Imminent
By Giles Ferrell - May 10, 2021
Zach Parise and Ryan Suter helped bring the Minnesota Wild back to relevance when they signed 13-year, $98 million contracts in the summer of 2012. We appear […]
How the Wild Have Managed to Find Success Against Vegas This Season
By Giles Ferrell - May 5, 2021
Wednesday night marks the eighth and final regular-season game between the Minnesota Wild and Vegas Golden Knights this season. The two teams have played highly entertaining games […]
Changes Dean Evason Should Experiment With Before the Playoffs Begin
By Giles Ferrell - Apr 29, 2021
Before the season started, oddsmakers had the Minnesota Wild’s total points over/under at 61.5 for the 56-game shortened season. We’re now 47 games in and the Wild […]
How Kirill Kaprizov Stacks Up With Other Minnesota Rookies In Recent Memory
By Giles Ferrell - Apr 19, 2021
As the Minnesota Wild take the ice Monday night in Glendale, there is a decent chance that Kirill Kaprizov will tally a point and break Marian Gaborik‘s […]
Matt Boldy Has Had an Immediate Impact on Iowa’s Power Play
By Giles Ferrell - Apr 13, 2021
The Minnesota Wild were swept over the weekend by the St. Louis Blues in a pair of games, one of which they lost 9-1. While most people […]
The Wild Should Not Overreact to Colorado at the Trade Deadline
By Giles Ferrell - Apr 9, 2021
The Minnesota Wild played out their brief two-game set with the Colorado Avalanche this week to the tune of one crushing loss and one extremely satisfying win. […]
Key Factors In the Wild’s Sweep Of the Golden Knights
By Giles Ferrell - Apr 5, 2021
After dropping consecutive games on Monday and Wednesday in San Jose, the Minnesota Wild’s prospects to break .500 on the four-game trip seemed bleak, especially with two […]
Changes Minnesota Should Make Right Now
By Giles Ferrell - Apr 1, 2021
Despite Monday night’s shootout loss to the San Jose Sharks, the Minnesota Wild are still winners of seven of their past 10 games and just recently had […]
A Trip to San Jose Can Get the Wild Offense Going Again
By Giles Ferrell - Mar 29, 2021
It feels funny saying a team that has won eight of its last 10 games needs to get back on track, but that’s exactly where the Minnesota […]