Minnesota Wild

The Minnesota Wild have agreed to terms on a one-year contract with veteran forward Eric Fehr.  The contract is valued at $1 million. Fehr is a first round (18th overall) draft selection of the Washington Capitals during the 2003 NHL draft. He will turn 33 years old in September of this year, shortly before the
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The Minnesota Wild entered the league in 2000 as an expansion team. It has been 18 years since they entered the league, and their jersey collection has steadily been growing over the years since. Reports have come out saying that Adidas will resume alternate jerseys starting with the 2018-19 season. With that being said, I
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Every one of the most successful NHL teams has its poster boy or star player. For the Pittsburgh Penguins it’s Sidney Crosby, for the Washington Capitals it’s Alexander Ovechkin, for the Chicago Blackhawks it’s Jonathan Toews. The Minnesota Wild have had players such as Marian Gaborik and Mikko Koivu take that mantle. Each player has
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Funko has created one of the most popular toy items on the market with their Pop! Vinyl collections. The company makes characters from everything including Star Wars to Step Brothers. They of course have also recently gotten into the world of sports. While the NHL only has two waves out so far they boast players
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The Minnesota Wild have a troubled history with impact goal scorers, so much to the point where a 20-goal season is an incredible accomplishment. The Wild have a small handful of 20-goal scorers on their team, two of the youngest are Nino Niederreiter and Jason Zucker. Each of these players is expected to put up
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Ever since he was chosen in the second round (59th overall) in the 2010 draft, Jason Zucker has slowly worked to become a fan favorite in the State of Hockey. At 26-years-old, he is just beginning to reach the prime of his career. He is one of the fastest players in hockey and knows how to
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A change of scenery turned out to be just the thing that Eric Staal needed to rejuvenate his NHL career that started with a Stanley Cup championship as a second-year player scoring 100 points in the regular season with the Carolina Hurricanes. Technically it was his second change of scenery after making a mistake of
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The Minnesota Wild are only on coach number five. The 2017-18 season is only their 17th season in the NHL after joining in 2000-01 (2004-05 season was cancelled due to lockout). That means each coach lasts roughly three and a half seasons. Still the only standout season is the 2002-03 season in which Jacques Lemaire
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We are officially in 2018 and that means the NHL regular season is roughly halfway over. Teams are beginning to smell the postseason, whereas wild card teams and those on the outside are feeling the pressure for a playoff push. This is where the Minnesota Wild fit in — they own the final wild-card spot
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