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Twenty top Minnesota prospects in the NHL Draft
Top-rated Minnesotans in the NHL draft, with overall rating among North American skaters from the Central Scouting Bureau
Goalie Kahkonen, defenseman Soucy offered to Seattle in expansion draft
Although Kaapo Kahkonen and Carson Soucy had important roles with the Wild last season, here's why they were among the 21 players being made available to the Kraken.
Wild announces six-game preseason schedule, including three at the X
The NHL is planning to go back to a normal schedule next season, and that includes the return of preseason action.
The Wild Beat
Wild signs Joseph Cramarossa to two-year contract
Last season, Cramarossa split time between the minors and the Wild where the forward was a regular on the taxi squad.
Scoggins: Wild's big mistake with Parise and Suter? There wasn't one
Wild owner Craig Leipold did what fans should hope pro sports owners do: invest, roll the dice and try to win the big one.
The Wild is changing but expectations aren't
The Wild's shakeup continued this offseason with the buyouts of Zach Parise and Ryan Suter, but the expectation is still to win.
Bill Guerin's updated offseason to-do list
What are the remaining big tasks for the Wild GM this offseason?
Wild to submit protection list ahead of Seattle expansion draft
The Wild has until Saturday to send in the list of players it wants to protect from Seattle in the upcoming expansion draft.
Projected Wild protection list
A look at which players the Wild could look to protect heading into next Wednesday's expansion draft.
Why is the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame located in tiny Eveleth, Minnesota?
The Iron Range attraction is one of two hockey halls of fame in North America.
Wild transformation hits higher gear with Parise, Suter buyouts
General manager Bill Guerin was cautious when he took the job in 2019. But with time, he's shown he's not afraid to make bolder moves.
Parise: Sudden exit from Wild 'leaves a little bit of a sour taste'
A sense of closure also dawned on Zach Parise after he processed his dismissal from the Wild.
More spending money for Wild doesn't mean bigger deals for Kaprizov and Fiala
The Wild has more spending money after buying out Zach Parise and Ryan Suter, but Bill Guerin said this won't lead to more lucrative contracts for Kirill Kaprizov and Kevin Fiala.
Buying out Ryan Suter and Zach Parise — how it works for the Wild
Both players will be paid a total of $6.67 million, spread out over the next eight seasons.
Wild's dynamic (departing) duo: Zach Parise and Ryan Suter climbed franchise record books
Each ranks in team's top 10 for multiple categories
Souhan: Wild wanted both Zach Parise and Ryan Suter gone
For the Wild to make this move, to ditch two still-valuable players while the team's stated intention is to win as much and as soon as possible, team management really got sick of these guys.
Cutting Parise, Suter together needed 'to keep moving forward,' Wild's GM says
The decision to release Zach Parise and Ryan Suter with four years remaining on their contracts 'was the cleanest way to go,' general manager Bill Guerin said Tuesday afternoon.
Nine years ago, Parise and Suter put state of hockey into state of ecstasy
With the news that the Wild bought out the remaining four years of its historic contracts with Zach Parise and Ryan Suter, it's worth remembering how monumental those deals were in 2012.
Bellows: North Stars weren't really underdogs in Stanley Cup playoff run
It's a special week at Daily Delivery as host Michael Rand takes a look back at five high-profile sporting events that took place in the Twin Cities 30 years ago.
Still hard to believe, North Stars' postseason run in 1991 was a stunner
Second of a six-part series: Little in the early days of the 1990-91 NHL season pointed to the North Stars playing for the Stanley Cup. But eight months later Minnesota was on a rollicking ride.
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Wild sign star wing Kirill Kaprizov to 5-year, $45M contract
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'This is real.' Face-to-face meeting sealed deal for Kaprizov, Guerin
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