Wild Reportedly Losing Carson Soucy To Kraken In Expansion DraftThe NHL will formally announce Seattle's picks Wednesday night.
Wild Announce Protected Players For Upcoming Expansion DraftThe Wild's protected list includes 11 players, including Joel Eriksson Ek.
Minnesota Wild To Buy Out Zach Parise, Ryan SuterBoth were signed to the team almost a decade ago on identical 13-year, $98 million contracts. They both had four years left on their contracts.
Minnesota Wild Send Off Service Dog Hobey To National Guard VeteranThe sendoff happened at the Xcel Energy Center. The Minnesota Wild adopted the golden retriever about a year ago from a rescue organization.
Wild Re-Sign Nick Bjugstad To 1-Year, $900,000 ContractThe Minnesota Wild re-signed forward Nick Bjugstad to a one-year, $900,000 contract on Monday, bringing back some useful depth up front.
Wild Sign Joel Eriksson Ek To $42M, 8-Year ContractHe has 43 goals and 45 assists and 158 blocked shots in 266 career regular-season games with Minnesota. The Wild picked him 20th in the 2015 draft.
Wild's Kirill Kaprizov Wins Calder Trophy, Making Him NHL's Top RookieThe 24-year-old Russian was awarded the Calder Trophy Tuesday, making him the first player in franchise history to win it.
Minnesota Wild Assistant GM, Fmr. UMD Player Tom Kurvers Dies At 58The Minnesota Wild's assistant general manager Tom Kurvers has died of lung cancer at 58 years old, the team announced Monday.
Minnesota Wild Name St. Paul Native Ray Shero Senior Advisor To GM Bill GuerinMinnesota Wild general manager Bill Guerin announced Wednesday that veteran hockey executive Ray Shero will be his senior advisor.
Wild GM, Coach Praise Zach Parise For How He Handled BenchingRelegated to the fourth line down the stretch of Minnesota's season and left off the ice for the beginning of the playoffs, Zach Parise was not pleased with his diminished role. The people responsible understood his frustration as well as anyone.
Wild Show Promise, Despite Another Early Playoff ExitPivoting further away from the core and identity of the teams of the previous seven years, before the advent of the coronavirus and the arrival of Kirill Kaprizov, the Wild entered a new era with the dynamic Russian left wing at the forefront of their attack.