Nino Niederreiter and Mikael Granlund are thought to be seeking long-term contracts north of $6 million annually. They have hearings scheduled for next week.
The Tier III expansion team is based in Coon Rapids and will debut its 44-game schedule at home Sept. 22. The Wild coach will attend tryouts this weekend.
Foligno learned a lot (physically and mentally) from his dad's NHL playing days.
New Wild winger Marcus Foligno has been a part of six Buffalo teams — all of which missed the playoffs. That's one reason he's excited about coming to Minnesota.
Seventeen-year-old Carter Casey was honored by the Wild in March and inspired people throughout his hometown of Breckenridge.
Lakeville's Justin Kloos signed with the Wild as a college free agent in March following his final season with the Gophers.
The earliest-arriving fan drove from Duluth and got to Woodbury at midnight — 13 hours early — to be first in line to get a picture with Guentzel
In last month's NHL draft, the Wild spent two of their top picks on players who were among the youngest eligible to be taken. It wasn't just a random move.
Hill-Murray alumnus Jake Guentzel, the Pittsburgh Penguins rookie who helped his team win the NHL championship last month, is brining the Stanley Cup to town for a day.
Hockey writer Michael Russo is leaving town for a few weeks, so here's a look ahead at some things that may happen as well as a current look at the Wild roster.
Marco Scandella, the second-longest tenured Wild player until being traded, said he's looking forward to playing for Hall of Fame defenseman Phil Housley in Buffalo.
Former Wild defenseman Marco Scandella says he'll cherish his time in Minnesota, but is excited about the new chapter about to begin with the Buffalo Sabres.
Mikael Granlund and Nino Niederreiter, both coming off career years, have filed for salary arbitration. Their salaries will have an impact on other moves the Wild can make.
Greenway hopes to lead the Terriers to a national championship and represent the United States in the 2018 Winter Olympics.
The three-year delay is a big blow to the Wild's prospect pool.
The 4-on-4 league full of local NHL stars and elite amateurs begins Wednesday with all eyes set on the John Scott Cup.
One day after Nino Niederreiter filed, the Wild's leading scorer of last season did the same.