Tim Army replaces Derek Lalonde, who was hired as an assistant with the Lightning. He was head coach at Providence College from 2005-2011.
Alex Stalock finished last season as the Wild's backup goalie. But he'll battle with recently signed Andrew Hammond for the No. 2 spot behind Devan Dubnyk.
The drowning of former NHL goalie Ray Emery does not appear suspicious, police said.
Ivan Lodnia's audition at Wild camp is part of his journey to live an NHL dream that began before he started school.
The Russian was fifth in the Ontario Hockey League last season with 96 points.
The Wild is on the lookout for a new coach for its minor league affiliate after Derek Lalonde was hired Thursday by the Lightning to be an assistant coach.
Finnish goalie Kaapo Kahkonen, picked 109th by Wild, is taking his next career steps. Kahkonen will make his pro debut in North America this fall in the Wild's pipeline
Ronda (Curtin) Engelhardt, the former head coach at Breck School, will coach the NWHL team along with Jack Brodt. Robb Stauber, head coach of the gold-medal winning U.S. women's team, said he "decided not to take the job."
Despite being unsigned and mired in trade speculation, restricted free agent Jason Zucker continues to actively be involved with the Wild — a decision that underscores his desire to remain with the organization.
Forward Matt Hendricks will likely fill a limited role with the Wild, but brings a veteran presence to the dressing room.
The free-agent signee is a survivor in the NHL.
The two can continue to negotiate with the Wild but, with a hearing set to be scheduled in Toronto between July 20 and Aug. 4, an arbitrator could issue a ruling if a deal isn't agreed upon beforehand.
The team didn't make a big splash, settling instead for role players with size.
Six years ago, the Wild signed winger Zach Parise and defenseman Ryan Suter to 13-year, $98 million contracts.
By adding seven players in all, Paul Fenton did what he set out to do.
A group of 43 players are expected to attend the Wild's development camp, including 20 Wild draft picks.
A look a the team's many additions on Sunday.
The Wild hoped to improve its depth through the NHL's free agent signing period, and that's exactly what it accomplished Sunday.
Team's big moves more likely to come from making trades later.
It felt like Christmas in July in the summer of 2012 when the Wild revealed the two signings that would change the franchise's direction.