Nino Niederreiter

#22RW,
G
25
A
32
Pts
57
+/-
17
PPP
14
SOG
186
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 211
Born:
Birth Place: Chur, Switzerland
Draft: 2010 1st round (5th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Yardbarker

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  • Wilderness Walk: Tightrope
    Hockey Wilderness

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    Wild fans, it’s been a long summer and it’s going to feel longer. However, we’re slowly approaching the point in the offseason when optimism and high hopes begin to be entertained. For instance, the recent signing of Matt Cullen seems likely to bring good things this coming season. I’d caution fans from getting too high on the team. After all, we haven’t seen how some of the new players will gel and the rest of the league spent the summer trying to get better too. That being said, there’s no reason to give into the classic “Minnesota sports” doom and gloom either. We should all take a cue from Janelle Monáe and not get too high or too low. Got to walk that tightrope. Wild News Past Minnesota

  • Eric Haula and Nick Bjugstad Shine in Da Beauty League Semifinals
    The Daily Gopher

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    You may remember earlier this summer where we summarized who you should be rooting for if you were a Gopher Hockey fan in Da Beauty League—a summer hockey league featuring both college and professional players from the Upper Midwest. Well good news for Gophers fans is that the top four teams we said you should root for ended up playing in the league semi-finals on Monday night. And our overall #1 team will play for the league championship Wednesday night. One semifinal pitted our #2 team against our #3 team, Team Bic against Team Velocity. Velocity went up 2-0 early on a goal by former North Dakota player and current Boston Bruin Drew Stafford, and one by current Gopher defenseman Steve Johnson.