Minnesota Wild

5th Central | 0-0
  • Goals For
    213 GF
  • Goals Against
    204 GA
  • Power Play %
    18.5 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    77.9 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    545 PIM
  • Minnesota Wild Sign Gustav Bouramman, But Future Uncertain
    The Hockey Writers

    Minnesota Wild Sign Gustav Bouramman, But Future Uncertain

    The Minnesota Wild inked 19-year-old defenseman Gustav Bouramman to his entry-level deal on Friday. He’ll get the standard three years, but there are still significant questions as to where he will play this season. The defender, though he’s among the younger prospects on the team, impressed at July’s development camp, looking like he could battle any player on the ice for a roster spot down the line. The only defenseman who was significantly better than him during the team’s scrimmages was former University of Minnesota defender Nick Seeler. Bouramman had a very good season with the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds in the OHL last year, but it’s not clear that he’s returning. Contacted two weeks

  • Minnesota Wild Owner Supports Potential Racine USHL Team
    SB Nation College Hockey

    Minnesota Wild Owner Supports Potential Racine USHL Team

    A number of cities in eastern Wisconsin are bidding for the franchise rights to the Milwaukee Bucks’ NBA D-League team. Racine, Wisconsin is one of the cities currently involved in the bidding, and their proposed bid involves building a brand new 3800-seat arena that would also host a USHL team. The proposed project would cost $40 million to build the arena, attached to a 135-room hotel in downtown Racine. On Wednesday, Minnesota Wild owner and Racine resident Craig Leipold threw his support behind the project, saying that if the arena project was built, he would work to bring a USHL franchise to the new arena: “If a Downtown arena is something the Racine community wants, and will support, then

  • Wilderness Walk: Clips Ahoy!
    Hockey Wilderness

    Wilderness Walk: Clips Ahoy!

    Wilderness, it’s a bright new day. The Avalanche have a new coach, and rumor has it they hired one with the same trait as Patrick Wah. I’m not talking about the preposterous temper, the silly beard, or the outrageous devotion to offense and utter disregard for defense. I’m talking ties, and I’m talking clip-on. That’s right. Each of the last two coaches of the Avs, and now this guy, all wear clip-on ties. It’s the gospel truth. To celebrate: Clips ahoy! Wild News Summer Series - Minnesota Wild | TSS The Minnesota Wild have been a playoff team each of the last four years, but they haven’t been able to make it past the second round since 2003. Top 25 Minnesota Wild young players; No. 10 Tyler Graovac