Wild Agree To Terms With Foligno On 4-Year, $11.5M DealThe Minnesota Wild have agreed to terms with restricted free-agent left wing Marcus Foligno on a four-year, $11.5 million contract.
Burnsville Native, NHLer Brock Boeser Isn't Taking Summer OffIn Edina they play hockey, and that gives us a chance to catch up with some of the locals that have gone onto the NHL. Players like Burnsville's Brock Boeser.
Greenway Hopes To Climb Aboard Wild TrainOne of the Wild prospects under the microscope is Jordan Greenway -- and the team hopes for big things from this young man.
2 Minnesota Skaters, Including NHL Draft Pick, Headed To UNDTwo NHL draft picks are among eight players who have signed letters of intent to play hockey for the University of North Dakota next season.
Capitals Acquire Graovac From Wild For 2018 5th-Round PickThe Washington Capitals have acquired forward Tyler Graovac from the Minnesota Wild for a 2018 fifth-round pick.
Fmr. Gophers Star Builds Business By Critiquing NHL TeamsP.J. Atherton won a national title and made a name as a hard-hitting defenseman for the Minnesota Golden Gophers. It taught him much.
Wild Owner Leipold 'Happily Surprised' By Predators SuccessMinnesota Wild owner Craig Leipold says he's "happily surprised" by the excitement generated in Nashville by the Predators, the club he helped enter the NHL nearly 20 years ago.
Minnesota Starts To Develop Reputation As Goalie FarmMinnesota has produced many NHL forwards and defenseman, but fewer goalies. That trend is starting to change.
Wild Reflect On Their Quick Playoff ExitThis was not the plan, but it is what it is for the Minnesota Wild. A season with high expectations came to an end in the first round.
Finding Minnesota: Todd Miska's Hockey MasksTodd Miska has an unique talent that has allowed him to become part of NHL circles more than 20 years ago.
Wild's Game 5 Game Plan? Defense, Defense, DefenseCharlie Coyle scored first in Game Four of the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the Minnesota Wild; a coveted goal that has spoken volumes in this series.
Wild Keep Stanley Cup Hopes Alive With Game 4 WinIf there's one thing we heard time and time again after the first three Minnesota Wild playoff losses, it was that they felt they were playing really well – but they just couldn't score.