Barring anything dramatic, the Wild’s offseason activity might be drawing to a close.
Seattle's NHL expansion team is close to an agreement with Hockey Hall of Famer Ron Francis to become its first general manager, a person with direct knowledge tells The Associated Press.
The Wild addressed three of its seven restricted free agents Tuesday, re-signing Ryan Donato, Nico Sturm and Carson Soucy.
Out of the NFL, NBA, NHL and MLB, which league strikes the best balance when it comes to all-around fairness and ability for its teams to compete? Michael Rand and Chip Scoggins have their answers.
Cullen, who grew up in Moorhead, had two stints with the Wild, from 2010-2013 and again for the 2017-18 season.
Free-agent additions add flexibility in shaping the Wild's lines.
Some possibilities for how lines and defensive pairings will shape up this season.
A self-described "hockey nerd" new Wild forward Mats Zuccarello made it clear he felt coveted — a message the team was able to convey during the interview period leading up to the start of NHL free agency.
The Wild see Hartman as someone who is hard to play against, can make life difficult on the opponent and skates as an agitator with the ability to draw penalties and swing momentum.
Here's a wrapup of the deals that went down in the opening days of NHL free agency:
The well-traveled right wingers have combined for 756 NHL games.
Welcome to Minnesota, Gersson Rosas and Paul Fenton. The start of free agency for the NBA and NHL left fans of the two local teams feeling a mixture of disappointment and anger. Perhaps some resignation, too.
Find out a little more about the Norwegian-born right wing.
Wild General Manager Paul Fenton discusses the acquisitions of right wingers Mats Zuccarello and Ryan Hartman.
The former Gophers player and a Wisconsin native, had 27 goals and 55 assists last season, his fourth with the Penguins
The San Jose captain and proven scorer is likely to leave the Sharks for greener pastures.
A look at five players the Wild could target this offseason.
The Wild plays three games on the road before its home opener against Pittsburgh and then goes back on the road for three more games.
After meeting for the first time when they were eight years old, Matt Boldy and Marshall Warren have been teammates for years. forging a bond that goes well beyond the ice.