The Wild re-signed restricted free-agent defenseman Mike Reilly to a two-year, $1.45 million contract ($725,000 salary cap hit) Monday.

It's the same one-way contract signed by defenseman Gustav Olofsson the previous week and gives Reilly his best chance at cracking the Wild lineup permanently next season.

Reilly, a former Gophers athlete, scored one goal in 17 games with the Wild last season and led Iowa defensemen with 25 assists, 30 points and 129 shots. In two seasons with the big club, Reilly, 23, has scored two goals and eight points in 46 game.

• A total of 42 players, including 15 draft picks, are set to attend the Wild's development camp Saturday to July 13. The camp will feature two scrimmages that are free and open to the public at Xcel Energy Center (2:30 p.m. July 11 and 5 p.m. July 13). The Wild will also host a Block Party from 6 to 9 p.m. on July 13.



• Teddy Time, a 23-1 longshot with Quincy Hamilton aboard, rallied to win the $50,000 Blair's Cove Stakes at Canterbury Park, paying $48.40. Favorite Some Say So led gate-to-wire at the $50,000 Princess Elaine Stakes. Six consecutive days of racing at the track concludes Tuesday.

• Bubby Rossman, a pitcher playing first base because of a shortage of position players, hit a three-run double as host Sioux Falls handed the Saints their third American Association loss in a row, winning 4-2. … The Saints will open the gates at CHS Field on Tuesday night for a free fireworks show.