Parise Rehabbing Back Injury Without SurgeryMinnesota Wild left wing Zach Parise has been rehabilitating his back injury without surgery, putting him on track to be at full strength by September.
Minnesota's Hometown HeroesEvery "Big 5" pro team in Minnesota has a Minnesota native on the roster. David McCoy got them together at Target Field.
Boudreau Wants Wild To Be Final Coaching StopBruce Boudreau said at his introductory news conference on Tuesday that the Wild have been a tough team and he's excited to see what they can do.
Wild Gets Their Man In Bruce BoudreauMinnesota Wild General Manager Chuck Fletcher hit one out of the park on Saturday night, when the team announced that Bruce Boudreau would become the fifth head coach in franchise history.
Wild Hire Bruce Boudreau As Next Head CoachThe Minnesota Wild have hired Bruce Boudreau as their next head coach, the team announced Saturday.
Wild Blog: 4 Takeaways From Chuck Fletcher's Year-End Press ConferenceEven though the Wild made the playoffs for the fourth year in a row, this year will go down as probably the most frustrating season in franchise history.
Fletcher: Torchetti 'A Serious Candidate' To Be Head CoachMinnesota Wild general manager Chuck Fletcher says interim coach John Torchetti is "definitely a very serious candidate" to be the team's permanent head coach.
With Wild Season Over, Uncertainty BeginsMinnesota Wild players cleaned out their lockers on Wednesday and said goodbye until they come together to get ready for next season.
6 Minnesota Sports Connections To PrinceSince Prince's death, there has been no shortage of tributes and messages from Minnesota's sports teams and athletes.
Wild's Late Rally, Playoff Exit All Too FamiliarThe problem is the dire situations they have repeatedly put themselves in before commencing these significant comebacks.
Wild Blog: Season Ends After Rally Comes Up ShortWith Prince being remembered for his music before the game, fans were in a frenzy, hoping for a Wild win to force a Game 7 on Tuesday night.
Crazy Rally For Wild Comes Up Short In 5-4 Loss To DallasJason Spezza scored his fourth goal of the series and added three assists, and goalie Kari Lehtonen and the Dallas Stars needed every last one of them to hold off the Minnesota Wild 5-4 on Sunday to wrap up the first-round series in six games.

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