'We're Counting On Surprising People': Boudreau, Wild Deny They Are On DeclineAfter their six-year streak of making the playoffs came to an end, the Minnesota Wild went through an eventful summer in which the major change was made in the front office, not to the roster.
Can The Wild Start A Winning Streak?Very little has gone right for the Wild since the All-Star break -- they've lost five out of six games. Head Coach Bruce Boudreau said after Sunday's loss that if they don't go on a winning streak soon, they're going to be "golfing early" this year.
Wild's Ryan Suter Suits Up For 1,000th NHL GameThe Minnesota Wild’s Ryan Suter will play in his 1,000th NHL game Thursday night at St. Paul’s Xcel Energy Center. He is at a much different place than when he entered the NHL.
After Quiet Summer, Wild Aim For Deeper Western Conference RunThe Wild will rely on the same core that has been bounced out of the playoffs in the first round three straight times and won only two series over the last six years.
Suter Back With Wild After Devastating Ankle InjuryWhen Ryan Suter and his right leg crashed into the wall during a game at Dallas late in the regular season, he broke two bones.
Wild Loses 2-0, Heads To Winnipeg Facing EliminationDevan Dubnyk stopped 26 shots for the Wild, who played without star left wing Zach Parise because of a broken sternum suffered in Game 3.
Wild Seek To Continue Desperate Play Against Jets In Game 4Where was that team the first two games? The Wild suddenly looked like a physically imposing, offensively competent team in Game 3.
‘Saddest Thing I’ve Heard In A Long Time’: Wild Coach On Tragic Bus CrashMinnesota Wild coach Bruce Boudreau expressed his sorrow Saturday over the crash in Canada that left several members of a junior league hockey team dead.
Wild Must Move On, Win Without Ryan SuterThe big concern for the Minnesota Wild at the moment is how exactly they adjust to life without Ryan Suter.
Points Are Premium For Wild In Playoff ChaseThe playoff race in the Western Conference is shaping up to be one of the most dramatic, ever.
Eden Prairie Native Nick Seeler To Make Wild Debut TuesdayOnly Sunday, Nick Seeler was in Des Moines having breakfast when he got a call that changed his life.
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.
Bruce Boudreau Brings Goaltender Son To Wild's Summer CampMinnesota Wild coach Bruce Boudreau has a vested interest in the team's summer camp. His son is there playing goalie.
Four Reasons Minnesota Sports StinkApril isn't over yet, and Minnesota's major sports scene is in a rut.
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.