Wild defenseman Ryan Suter has been named to the U.S. Men's National Team that will compete at the World Championships in May.
Drafted in the fourth round, 106th overall in 2016, Brandon Duhaime was named the Wild's most improved player during the team's 2017 development camp.
The Wild continued to reshuffle its front office Wednesday, naming Chris O'Hearn as director of hockey operations. He'd worked previously for Calgary and Arizona.
The team and city reached 10-year deal to keep games at Xcel Energy Center, with the Wild eyeing upgrades to arena and parking.
As of Tuesday morning, lower seeds in the NHL playoffs are 13-11. In the NBA, they are 4-6 — including the Clippers’ stunning comeback win over top-seeded Golden State.
The Wild faces an offseason of uncertainty after its streak of six consecutive years making the playoffs came to an end.
Fixing the offense is likely to headline the Wild's summer, but the defense is also poised to receive attention, with a new contract for Jared Spurgeon near the top of the list.
Jason Zucker, Eric Staal and Zach Parise hope to improve their outputs next season after missing the playoffs in 2019.
Both forwards had big drop-offs from their 2017-18 production. Sarah McLellan and Randy Johnson discuss their chances of matching past performances.
The Wild had a 3 percent chance of landing the No. 1 overall pick.
After some of his buddies were traded during the season, he could be on the block as a hot commodity.
The Wild missed the playoffs for the first time in seven seasons, and players were realistic as they cleaned out their lockers. "We've got a lot of work to do," said winger Zach Parise.
After being shut out 11 times, the team must figure out a way to score more goals.
The playoffs start tonight, and if you like your information packaged in rambling fictional prose and Haiku poetry, this is the place to be.
Wild players cleaned out their lockers Tuesday, as the team reconvened at Xcel Energy Center to discuss how to improve after missing out on the playoffs.
Andrew Brunette, director of player personnel for the Wild, was an assistant general manager under GM Chuck Fletcher before Fletcher lost his job a year ago.
There will be three drawings. The first determines the No. 1 pick, the second the No. 2 pick, the third the No. 3 pick.
After finishing with 83 points, 11th among the clubs in the lottery, the Wild has a 3 percent chance of landing the top pick.
J.T. Brown appeared in 56 games for the Wild, scoring three goals. He was arrested early Saturday in Dallas on suspicion of public intoxication, according to police documents.
Injuries, trades and a frustrating lack of scoring were harbingers of a slide that left the Wild out of the postseason for the first time in seven years.