The Wild Coaching Staff Can Replace Fiala’s Production
By Justin Wiggins - Sep 16, 2022
The Minnesota Wild traded Kevin Fiala to the Los Angeles Kings on June 29. From June 30 to today, the water cooler talk in the State of […]
Jesper Wallstedt Will Define the Wild’s Next Decade
By Justin Wiggins - Sep 11, 2022
10K Rinks is counting down the Minnesota Wild’s Top-10 Prospects, as voted by our staff. Today, we give you everything you need to know about our No. […]
Bill Guerin Has A Chance To Squeeze A Few NHL GMs
By Justin Wiggins - Sep 4, 2022
With this week’s bargain signing of free agent forward Sam Steel, the Minnesota Wild’s off-season is all but over. Even while vacationing in Europe, Bill Guerin has […]
Servac Petrovsky Is Now Minnesota’s Second-Best Center Prospect
By Justin Wiggins - Sep 1, 2022
10K Rinks is counting down the 10 best Minnesota Wild prospects, as voted on by our staff. Today, we’re debuting the list with No. 10, Servac Petrovsky. […]
The Wild’s True Stanley Cup Window Opens in 2025
By Justin Wiggins - Aug 25, 2022
For the 231st time since Bill Guerin bought out Zach Parise and Ryan Suter last summer, we will talk about cap hell. I know you’re sick of […]
Sammy Walker Injects More Young Talent Into the Iowa Wild
By Justin Wiggins - Aug 19, 2022
Former Minnesota Golden Gopher center Sammy Walker signed with his hometown Minnesota Wild on Thursday. The Edina native and former Mr. Hockey award winner became a free […]
Bill Guerin Should Run From Marcus Foligno’s Impending Extension
By Justin Wiggins - Aug 15, 2022
It’s that time of year when attention turns from one offseason to the next. While free agency is still somewhat relevant, most large moves or re-signings have […]
Jesse Puljujarvi Would Fill Minnesota’s Final Roster Spot Nicely
By Justin Wiggins - Aug 7, 2022
August is typically when NHL front offices shut off the lights until September. They escape with their families to their vacation spots for the only quiet time […]
How The Wild Rebuilt Without Rebuilding
By Justin Wiggins - Jul 23, 2022
Along with the rest of the other three major North American men’s pro sports leagues, the NHL has been slipping into a rather unpleasant trend over the […]
The Fiala Trade Lacked Creativity
By Justin Wiggins - Jul 2, 2022
Well, it finally happened. After months of realizing electrifying winger Kevin Fiala was pricing himself out of Minnesota, the Wild traded him to the Los Angeles Kings […]
How Can the Wild Imitate the Tampa Bay Lightning’s Power Play?
By Justin Wiggins - Jun 27, 2022
The NHL has always been a copycat league. Coaches emulate other successful systems year after year, decade after decade. The problem for the 2021-22 Minnesota Wild was […]
The Wild Must Be Creative In Finding a Goalie Solution
By Justin Wiggins - Jun 11, 2022
It’s time for Minnesota Wild general manager Bill Guerin to think outside the box again. Or the crease. Following goaltender Cam Talbot’s up-and-down first half of the […]