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Joel Eriksson Ek Has Become What the Wild Wanted Him To Be
By Tony Abbott - Oct 21, 2021
If you made a movie about Joel Eriksson Ek, his hat trick would’ve been the storybook ending. The Minnesota Wild drafted him in 2014 as the heir […]
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Kirill Kaprizov Doesn’t Need To Be Dominant To Be Productive
By Tony Abbott - Oct 19, 2021
Last season, Kirill Kaprizov arrived with the weight of the Minnesota Wild’s hopes on his shoulders. He delivered beyond anyone’s wildest dreams, notching 27 goals in 55 […]
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Can Jonas Brodin Shoulder Ryan Suter’s Offensive Workload?
By Tony Abbott - Oct 15, 2021
One of the biggest concerns for the Minnesota Wild this year is their sudden turnover on defense. Four of their seven defensemen from last year are gone, […]
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The Minnesota-Winnipeg Rivalry Could Go Off This Year
By Tony Abbott - Oct 14, 2021
Who is Minnesota’s biggest rival? Depends on who you ask. The NHL clearly thinks it’s the Chicago Blackhawks or St. Louis Blues, as they’ve set up two […]
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Starting Adam Beckman In Iowa Sends the Wrong Message
By Tony Abbott - Oct 12, 2021
The Minnesota Wild’s training camp battles came to an end on Saturday. Rookies Marco Rossi, Matt Boldy, Calen Addison, and Adam Beckman all came into St. Paul […]
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Marco Rossi Looks Destined To Start His Career In Iowa
By Tony Abbott - Oct 9, 2021
Monday’s deadline for submitting opening night rosters is fast approaching. Minnesota Wild fans will finally get to see who will win the roster battles that have happened […]
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Where Does Nico Sturm Fit In?
By Tony Abbott - Oct 5, 2021
Having depth is one of the best possible attributes for any hockey team. It’s a sport where the best forwards play just 33% of the game, and […]
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Adam Beckman Is Crushing Minnesota’s Training Camp Competition
By Tony Abbott - Oct 1, 2021
Adam Beckman was third in line to play Thursday night’s preseason tilt against the Colorado Avalanche. The Wild held Kirill Kaprizov out of the game, which opened his […]