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The Hockey Writers Jun 10, 2018

Wild’s Koivu Had Season to Forget

Mikko Koivu was selected by the Minnesota Wild sixth overall in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft. He was the tenth player the Wild had drafted in their existence, being their second year in the draft process. The recently turned 35-year-old has just concluded his 13th season in the NHL and with the Wild. The Wild […] The post Wild’s Koivu Had Season to Forget appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Hockey Wilderness May 22, 2018
Wild welcomes Paul Fenton to Minnesota with official introduction

Wild welcomes Paul Fenton to Minnesota with official introduction

The Minnesota Wild officially introduced Paul Fenton to Minnesota and the press with a press conference at Xcel Energy Center Tuesday. With his family in attendance as well as Mikko Koivu, Zach Parise, and Ryan Suter, Fenton spoke about some of his ideas for the Minnesota Wild as well as the process to get to this point. Leipold: “Our goal is to bring a Stanley Cup to the State of Hockey. But, no pressure, Paul.”— Michael Russo (@RussoHockey) May 22, 2018 Craig Leipold opened the conference with an official introduction and photo op with the presentation of a Minnesota Wild...

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