Wild To Retire Mikko Koivu's Jersey, A Franchise FirstKoivu announced his retirement from the NHL in February. He played 15 years for the Wild.
Former Wild Center Mikko Koivu Retires From NHLLongtime Minnesota Wild center and team captain Mikko Koivu announced his retirement from the NHL Tuesday morning.
Wild Captain Mikko Koivu's Long Run Comes To An End In Minnesota: 'Extremely Difficult To Replace'Mikko Koivu's extraordinary career with the Minnesota Wild is over.
Mikko Koivu Snaps 30-Game Goalless Streak In Wild's 5-4 Win Over Blue JacketsKoivu, who decided to not waive the no-move clause in his contract before the trade deadline, had not scored since Nov. 30.
Wild's Koivu Presents Check To Children's Minnesota FamiliesMinnesota Wild captain Mikko Koivu delivered a check for $5,000 to Children’s Minnesota in St. Paul on Sunday.
Mikko Koivu Scores Shootout Winner, Wild Beat Stars 3-2Playing in his 1,000th career game, the Minnesota captain reached 700th career points with a second-period assist, then scored in the fourth round of the tiebreaker.
‘You Got To Win Your Home Games:’ Wild Gunning For Win Over CoyotesWhile scoring has been a problem for the Minnesota Wild, tenacity keeps it from getting any worse.
Wild Captain Mikko Koivu To Miss Rest Of Season With Knee InjuryMinnesota Wild captain Mikko Koivu will miss the rest of the season after tearing a ligament and cartilage in his right knee in an on-ice collision, a major setback for a team with a tenuous hold on a playoff spot.
With Koivu Hurt, Wild Call Up KuninThe Wild made the move Sunday, giving them a fill-in for captain Mikko Koivu, who has a lower-body injury. The team announced his status as day to day.
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.
Wild, Koivu Agree To 2-Year, $11 Million ExtensionThe Wild are keeping their captain in Minnesota, announcing a contract extension for Mikko Koivu Monday.
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.
It's Do-Or-Die Time For The Minnesota WildThe Minnesota Wild are in a stunning predicament after a season of franchise records and most points in a regular season.
Veterans Feel Good About Wild's Chances To Make Stanley Cup RunThere is a mostly unspoken undertone in the Wild's camp, that these veterans might not have many years to have this good of chance to win a Stanley Cup.
Ducks' Vermette Faces 10-Game Ban After Slashing In Wild GameAnaheim Ducks center Antoine Vermette is facing the likely prospect of a 10-game suspension from the NHL for slashing a linesman.