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Hockey Wilderness 16 hours ago

HW Staff Mock Draft 2015 Pick 7: Lawson Crouse

With the 7th overall selection in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, the Philadelphia Flyers select, from the OHL's Kingston Frontenacs, forward Lawson Crouse. The Philadelphia Flyers missed the playoffs this past season for the 2nd time in 3 seasons, earning them a top-10 draft pick in this years NHL Entry Draft. They finished 6th in the Metropolitan Division with 84 points, 14 points out of a playoff spot. After firing Peter Laviolette when the team went 0-3 to start the 2013-14 season, Craig Berube stepped in to finish out the season, posting a 42-27-10 record in the remaining 79 games and losing...

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Minneapolis Star-Tribune 14 hours ago

As the Wild prepares for June, here's thoughts on Devan Dubnyk, trades and Mike Reilly

Things have been quiet with the Wild since the season ended. Here's a look at the next month, when things will start to heat up.

As the Wild prepares for June, here's thoughts on Devan Dubnyk, trades and Mike Reilly

Things have been quiet with the Wild since the season ended. Here's a look at the next month

NHL playoffs star Tyler Johnson was first noticed by Wild

Tampa Bay’s playoff star, ignored in three drafts, got plenty of looks from the Wild.

Tyler Johnson: The one that got away from the Wild

The Tampa Bay Lightning star and NHL's leader in goals this postseason was once a possibility to sign with the Wild.
St. Paul Pioneer Press May 22, 2015
Wild reach two-way deal with prized Finnish prospect Michael Keranen

Wild reach two-way deal with prized Finnish prospect Michael Keranen

The Wild have agreed to terms with prospect Michael Keranen on a one-year, two-way contract, keeping the 25-year-old forward in the team's system.

Tyler Johnson: The one that got away from the Wild

The Lightning star and NHL's leader in goals this postseason was once a possibility to sign with the Wild.

An extensive look at the Wild's offseason and what could happen

An in-depth look at the Wild's offseason ahead, from salary cap to signings to possible trades.

An extensive look at the Wild's offseason and what could happen

Here is Russo's much anticipated end-of-the-season blog

Minnesota Wild Season Ticket Holder “paint the ice”

Minnesota Wild Season Ticket Holders inscribed messages, memories and simply signed their names on the Xcel Energy Center ice, before it is taken out for the summer.

What if the NHL hadn't realigned and the Wild was in its old division?

In the not-so-distant-past, the Wild was in a five-team division with Edmonton, Vancouver, Calgary and Colorado. It made very little geographical sense, and fans were constantly griping about all of the late start times when the Wild played road games against division opponents — and they were teams Minnesota seemed to play every game (six times each during non-shortened years … so 30 of 82, which isn’t every game but felt like it). It was not perfect for fans. It was not ideal for the Wild, which had to travel all over North America into distant Canadian lands and time zones when there...

Wild injury revelations; Brodziak, Stewart on futures; Backstrom to be bought out?

Here is the first blog from today's season-ending Wild wrapup

Abrupt ending is slow to sink in for Wild

GM and coach plan to take their time mapping out next season.

Wild wants Dubnyk to stay, and vice versa

Both sides see team as ideal fit for the free-agent goalie, and hope to strike deal before July 1.
St. Paul Pioneer Press May 11, 2015

Wild: Niklas Backstrom presents odd challenge in goalie plans

Niklas Backstrom declined interview requests Monday as the Wild cleaned out their lockers for the season, leaving a conspicuous void in a long discussion about what Minnesota will look like in between the pipes next season.

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