Team re-signs Gustav Oloffson, lets Christian Folin go and calls agents.
Paul Kariya always felt as if he knew where Teemu Selanne was on the ice when they had spectacular chemistry together as teammates. On Monday, Selanne pulled a new trick, telling Kariya where he was going: the Hockey Hall of Fame.
No draft-day blockbuster, so Wild accepts status quo.
A look at the seven who will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Nov. 20 in Toronto:
There is some news with a couple Wild defensemen today. But they aren't the big names who were in the news last week.
Head coach Bruce Boudreau and Woods will coach together for the fourth time.
A look at the players selected Saturday by the Wild:
Rounds 2 through 7 of the NHL took place Saturday. Here's a guide to the picks, player rankings, trades and more.
Seventeen players from the state were chosen.
The Wild has gotten to work on Day 2 after not having a first-round pick Friday.
While it may have been an uneventful day for the Wild, it wasn't for Minnesotans Casey Mittelstadt, Ryan Poehling and Jake Oettinger. Mittelstadt, the Minnesota Mr. Hockey from Eden Prairie, was drafted eighth by the Buffalo Sabres. And then Lakeville pals Poehling and Oettinger went back-to-back late in the first round.
The Wild coach is excited to work with his old player and fellow coach again.
Wild captain Mikko Koivu knows GM Chuck Fletcher has a lot on his plate before he can even think about maybe talking to him about a contract extension.
Schroeder scored 11 goals and 25 points in 88 games over parts of three seasons for the Wild, and was told a few days ago that he isn't part of the team's future.
It's a a good bet Wild GM Chuck Fletcher wheels and deals in Chicago during this weekend's draft. Round 1 is Friday night, Rounds 2-7 are Saturday night.
After being relegated for much of last season to the fourth line in Minnesota, Haula's excited for the new opportunity he'll receive with the expansion Vegas Golden Knights.
The season starts on Oct. 5 in Detroit and ends April 7 in San Jose, and includes five games against both the Blackhawks and Predators.
Erik Haula, who could have become a restricted free agent July 1, signed a three-year, $8.25 million contract with the expansion Vegas Golden Knights.
Many teams, including the Wild, will be eyeballing how the NHL handles the Marian Hossa situation with the Blackhawks. Hossa's career might be over because of a skin allergy.
A look at who brought home the hardware Wednesday night.