The Wild lost for the eighth time in 10 games and ninth time in 12 games in the month of March.
Luke Kunin's arrival with Iowa comes at a good time after he signed a contract with the Wild on Thursday.
The 2015 Wild first-round pick captained the United States to gold at the most recent world junior championships and was the first sophomore captain at Wisconsin since the 1970s.
The same lines and the same defensive pairs were on the ice as the Wild looks for its first winning streak since Feb. 27-28 on Thursday against the Philadelphia Flyers.
The Wild snapped a five-game losing streak and won for the third time in 11 games this month.
Bruce Boudreau explained why he ended Sunday's nights postgame press session in less than a half-minute and then looked ahead to what the Wild needs to do against San Jose at the X.
The Wild hopes to sign the 2016 first-round pick, whose sophomore season at Wisconsin ended in the Big Ten hockey tournament title game loss.
After the Wild's 5-4 loss here in Winnipeg tonight, there was a players-only meeting. Coach Bruce Boudreau, dealing with the first five-game losing streak of his coaching career, had a brief, 28-second post-game news conference.
Bruce Boudreau will have some heavy lifting to held Wild get out of funk, which reached 2-7 in March Saturday against the Rangers.
The Wild hosts the best road team in the NHL tonight, the New York Rangers.
The Wild fell for a sixth time in eight games Thursday night when the lowly Carolina Hurricanes took a 3-1 decision.
The Wild, with losses in four of its past five games, faces the Carolina Hurricanes tonight.
The skidding Wild looks to rebound Thursday at Carolina.as Eric Staal returns to the city where his career started and first flourished.
The Wild lost 4-2 in Washington for its fifth loss in seven games to lose its spot atop the West.
The slumping conference leaders go toe to toe tonight in snowy D.C.
The Wild and Capitals on Tuesday night could feature the two top teams in the Western and Eastern Conferences.
It wasn't a shrewd move to stake the mighty Hawks a 2-0 lead before many fans had a chance to even digest brunch and their first Bloody Mary.
The Wild and Hawks meet for the final time in the regular season at 11:30 a.m. Devan Dubnyk will be looking for his career-high 37th victory, which would match the Wild's team record.
The Wild rallied to beat the Florida Panthers, 7-4.
Martin Hanzal has three assists in six games, is minus-3 and has won only 44.9 percent of his face-offs. He hasn't fit in as quickly as the Wild hoped he would.