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's Suter Has Broken Ankle That Requires SurgeryMinnesota Wild defenseman Ryan Suter has a broken right ankle that will require surgery, putting his availability for the playoffs in doubt.
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.
Dumba's Big 2nd Period Leads Wild Past Stars, 5-2Matt Dumba scored on a power play and had two assists in Minnesota's three-goal second period as the Wild beat Dallas 5-2 Thursday night.
5 Years Ago, Parise & Suter Signings Changed Wild 'Literally Overnight'With much of Minnesota settled in at a lake, teeing things up at a golf course or prepping the backyard grill, the Wild offices were busier than usual for a holiday morning on July 4, 2012.
Wild Send 3 To NHL All-Star GameHead coach Bruce Boudreau, goaltender Devan Dubnyk and defenseman Ryan Suter were named NHL All-Stars on Tuesday.
Dumba Scores In OT, Wild Beat Ottawa 2-1Matt Dumba scored late in overtime and Darcy Kuemper stopped 35 shots, helping the Minnesota Wild beat the Ottawa Senators 2-1 on Sunday night.
Winless Streak Proves To Be Yeo's DownfallA dramatic midseason slump for the third straight year and a poor outing Saturday to extend Minnesota's home winless streak led Wild general manager Chuck Fletcher to fire coach Mike Yeo.
Wild Fire Mike Yeo; John Torchetti Named Interim Head CoachOfficials with the Minnesota Wild say head coach Mike Yeo has been fired. The decision comes after the team lost to the Boston Bruins at the Xcel Energy Center Saturday night -- their 8th in a row.
Ovechkin, Capitals Beat Wild 4-3Alex Ovechkin scored three times in the second period for his 14th career hat trick, and the Washington Capitals beat the Minnesota Wild 4-3 on Thursday night.