Wild will play 11 games on national TV, including two on NBC

Wild will play 11 games on national TV, including two on NBC

The games on NBC are against the Blackhawks and Blues in February. The iothers will be shown on NBCSN.
August 13
NWHL Commissioner Dani Rylan, center, watched as deputy commissioner Hayley Moore spoke when the Whitecaps joined the league in May.

Wild, Whitecaps announce alliance

The NHL team will assist the NWHL team with marketing, promotions and practice rink hosting.
July 31
Flyers right winger Matt Read tossed a puck during outdoor practice at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on Feb. 24, 2017.

Wild signs former Bemidji State star Matt Read

In seven seasons with the Flyers, 32-year-old winger Matt Read had 87 goals and 100 assists.
Minnesota Wild's Charlie Coyle, left, is congratulated by teammates Thomas Vanek, of Austria, and Matt Dumba, right, after scoring during the third pe
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July 30

Rangers, former Gopher Skjei agree on, $31.5M, 6-year deal

The Rangers avoided arbitration with Brady Skjei, agreeing with the defenseman on a $31.5 million, six-year contract.
July 26
National Women’s Hockey League founder and commissioner Dani Rylan, left, spoke as Gov. Mark Dayton looked on as the Whitecaps franchise joined the

St. Paul-based Whitecaps announce 16-game hockey schedule

The newest NWHL team also signed American standout Kendall Coyne Schofield.
July 26
Wild's new general manager hasn't yet shown 'outside the box' thinking

Wild's new general manager hasn't yet shown 'outside the box' thinking

Paul Fenton gained a reputation as an assistant GM in Nashville for being part of a group that wasn’t afraid to make blockbuster trades
July 26
Jason Zucker

Jason Zucker's five-year deal caps Wild's summer makeover

Signing Zucker and Matt Dumba to five-year contracts combined with bringing in five lower-profile free agents appears to have set the Wild's roster for 2018-19.
July 25
Oshie eats breakfast of a champion when Stanley Cup comes to Warroad

Oshie eats breakfast of a champion when Stanley Cup comes to Warroad

The Stanley Cup spent an interesting day in Warroad, T.J. Oshie’s small northern Minnesota hometown more affectionately known as Hockeytown USA.


  • Western Conference
    Central w l otl points home away
    Nashville 53 18 11 117 28-9-4 25-9-7
    Winnipeg 52 20 10 114 32-7-2 20-13-8
    Minnesota 45 26 11 101 27-6-8 18-20-3
    Colorado 43 30 9 95 28-11-2 15-19-7
    St. Louis 44 32 6 94 24-17-0 20-15-6
    Dallas 42 32 8 92 26-12-3 16-20-5
    Chicago 33 39 10 76 18-18-5 15-21-5
  • Pacific w l otl points home away
    Vegas 51 24 7 109 29-10-2 22-14-5
    Anaheim 44 25 13 101 26-10-5 18-15-8
    San Jose 45 27 10 100 25-13-3 20-14-7
    Los Angeles 45 29 8 98 23-15-3 22-14-5
    Calgary 37 35 10 84 17-20-4 20-15-6
    Edmonton 36 40 6 78 19-18-4 17-22-2
    Vancouver 31 40 11 73 16-18-7 15-22-4
    Arizona 29 41 12 70 16-21-4 13-20-8
  • Eastern Conference
    Atlantic w l otl points home away
    Tampa Bay 54 23 5 113 29-10-2 25-13-3
    Boston 50 20 12 112 28-8-5 22-12-7
    Toronto 49 26 7 105 29-10-2 20-16-5
    Florida 44 30 8 96 27-11-3 17-19-5
    Detroit 30 39 13 73 16-16-9 14-23-4
    Montreal 29 40 13 71 18-14-9 11-26-4
    Ottawa 28 43 11 67 16-19-6 12-24-5
    Buffalo 25 45 12 62 11-25-5 14-20-7
  • Metropolitan w l otl points home away
    Washington 49 26 7 105 28-11-2 21-15-5
    Pittsburgh 47 29 6 100 30-9-2 17-20-4
    Philadelphia 42 26 14 98 22-13-6 20-13-8
    Columbus 45 30 7 97 26-12-3 19-18-4
    New Jersey 44 29 9 97 23-14-4 21-15-5
    Carolina 36 35 11 83 19-16-6 17-19-5
    NY Islanders 35 37 10 80 19-18-4 16-19-6
    NY Rangers 34 39 9 77 21-16-4 13-23-5
  • Goals
    E. Staal MIN 42
    J. Zucker MIN 33
    M. Granlund MIN 21
    N. Niederreiter MIN 18
    Z. Parise MIN 15
  • Assists
    M. Granlund MIN 46
    R. Suter MIN 45
    M. Dumba MIN 36
    E. Staal MIN 34
    (2) Players 31
  • Points
    E. Staal MIN 76
    M. Granlund MIN 67
    J. Zucker MIN 64
    R. Suter MIN 51
    M. Dumba MIN 50
  • Goals-Against Avg.
    D. Dubnyk MIN 2.52
    A. Stalock MIN 2.85
  • Saves
    D. Dubnyk MIN 1624
    A. Stalock MIN 716
  • Wins
    D. Dubnyk MIN 35
    A. Stalock MIN 10
  • Goals
    A. Ovechkin WAS 49
    P. Laine WPG 44
    W. Karlsson VGK 43
    E. Malkin PIT 42
    E. Staal MIN 42
  • Assists
    C. Giroux PHI 68
    B. Wheeler WPG 68
    C. McDavid EDM 67
    J. Voracek PHI 65
    M. Barzal NYI 63
  • Points
    C. McDavid EDM 108
    C. Giroux PHI 102
    N. Kucherov TB 100
    E. Malkin PIT 98
    N. MacKinnon COL 97
  • Goals-Against Avg.
    C. Hutton STL 2.09
    A. Raanta ARI 2.24
    M. Fleury VGK 2.24
    C. Crawford CHI 2.27
    P. Rinne NSH 2.31
  • Saves
    F. Andersen TOR 2029
    A. Vasilevskiy TB 1908
    C. Hellebuyck WPG 1892
    H. Lundqvist NYR 1862
    C. Talbot EDM 1848
  • Wins
    C. Hellebuyck WPG 44
    A. Vasilevskiy TB 44
    P. Rinne NSH 42
    F. Andersen TOR 38
    S. Bobrovsky CLS 37
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  • Monday, August 20
July 21

Photos: Stanley Cup spends Saturday at Powderhorn Park

Hockey fans gathered to see the NHL's Stanley Cup after Washington Capitals General Manager Brian MacLellan, who lives in Minneapolis during the off-season, brought it out to share with the community Saturday, July 21, 2018 at Powderhorn Park in Minneapolis. As is the tradition in the NHL, each player and staff on the championship winning team gets the Cup for one day.
July 21
Wild signs Dumba to five-year, $30M contract

Wild signs Dumba to five-year, $30M contract

The Wild and defenseman Matt Dumba avoided arbitration, as the two sides agreed to a five-year, $30 million contract Saturday — just two days before a hearing was scheduled.
July 19

Former Avalanche assistant Army hired to coach Iowa Wild

Tim Army replaces Derek Lalonde, who was hired as an assistant with the Lightning. He was head coach at Providence College from 2005-2011.
July 17
Wild goalie Alex Stalock knows Andrew Hammond’s arrival might cost Stalock his job but is not bothered by the challenge. “I think it’s awesome,�

Bring it: Stalock welcomes challenge for Wild's back-up goalie spot

Alex Stalock finished last season as the Wild's backup goalie. But he'll battle with recently signed Andrew Hammond for the No. 2 spot behind Devan Dubnyk.
July 16
Former third-round draft pick Ivan Lodnia has grown, from hitting the ice the first time as a 1-year-old in California to taking part in the Wild’s

Ivan Lodnia, an NHL hopeful since age 5, shows Wild his progress

Ivan Lodnia's audition at Wild camp is part of his journey to live an NHL dream that began before he started school.
July 16
Dmitry Sokolov

Wild prospect Dmitry Sokolov has a knack for the net

The Russian was fifth in the Ontario Hockey League last season with 96 points.
July 13

Iowa Wild coach leaves after being hired as Tampa Bay assistant

The Wild is on the lookout for a new coach for its minor league affiliate after Derek Lalonde was hired Thursday by the Lightning to be an assistant coach.
July 13
Kaapo Kahkonen, a fourth-round draft choice in 2014, faced shots at the Wild’s developmental camp this week in St. Paul.

Wild prospect Kahkonen ready to take on long odds as goalie

Finnish goalie Kaapo Kahkonen, picked 109th by Wild, is taking his next career steps. Kahkonen will make his pro debut in North America this fall in the Wild's pipeline
July 12
Ronda (Curtin) Engelhardt starred for the Gophers and coach Breck School to the 1A hockey title in February.

Former U women's hockey star will share Whitecaps coaching duties

Ronda (Curtin) Engelhardt, the former head coach at Breck School, will coach the NWHL team along with Jack Brodt. Robb Stauber, head coach of the gold-medal winning U.S. women's team, said he "decided not to take the job."
July 11
Jason Zucker

Wild's Zucker responds to trade talk: 'I want to be here'

Despite being unsigned and mired in trade speculation, restricted free agent Jason Zucker continues to actively be involved with the Wild — a decision that underscores his desire to remain with the organization.
July 8
Matt Hendricks worked around San Jose’s Joe Pavelski while playing for Winnipeg last season.

Hendricks comes home to play for Wild

Forward Matt Hendricks will likely fill a limited role with the Wild, but brings a veteran presence to the dressing room.
July 5
To keep getting an NHL paycheck, Minnesota native and new Wild player J.T. Brown “made sure that I did what I had to do.”

New Wild player J.T. Brown knows who he is and who he isn't

The free-agent signee is a survivor in the NHL.
July 5
Jason Zucker and Matt Dumba

Zucker, Dumba file for salary arbitration with Wild

The two can continue to negotiate with the Wild but, with a hearing set to be scheduled in Toronto between July 20 and Aug. 4, an arbitrator could issue a ruling if a deal isn't agreed upon beforehand.

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