Here’s an updated look at the Wild’s depth chart after today’s signings, including defenseman Kyle Quincey (pictured below). No doubt the Wild still needs another NHL forward/center.

The main article on today's seven signings and what's next will be on this evening.

In parentheses, each player’s salary cap hits. Restricted free agents are denoted as RFA.

Rosters are a maximum 23 players. Typically, the Wild keeps 13 or 14 forwards, seven or eight defensemen and two goalies.

Depth chart is my opinion.


Left wing                      Center                               Right wing

Nino Niederreiter (RFA)   Eric Staal ($3.5M)                Zach Parise ($7.538+M)       
Jason Zucker ($2M)        Mikko Koivu ($6.75M)          Mikael Granlund (RFA)     
Marcus Foligno (RFA)     Charlie Coyle ($3.2M)          Tyler Ennis ($4.6M)
-------------------------           Joel Eriksson Ek (894+K)     Chris Stewart ($1.15M)

Vying for spots: Eriksson Ek, Landon Ferraro (700K), Kyle Rau, (700K), Cal O’Reilly (700K), Luke Kunin (925K), Pat Cannone (600K), Christoph Bertschy ($775,833), Pavel Jenys ($678,833), Kurtis Gabriel (RFA), Zack Mitchell (RFA), Mario Lucia ($792,500), Justin Kloos ($792,500), Sam Anas ($792,500), Dante Salituro (725K), Adam Gilmour ($717,500), Chase Lang ($686,667).


Left Defense                     Right Defense

Ryan Suter ($7.538+M)    Jared Spurgeon ($5.187M)
Jonas Brodin ($4.166+M) Matt Dumba ($2.55M)
Gustav Olofsson (725K)   Kyle Quincey ($1.25M)
Mike Reilly (RFA)    -------------------------------

Vying for spots: Reilly (RFA), Ryan Murphy (700K), Alex Grant (700K), Nick Seeler ($717,500), Hunter Warner ($636,667), Carson Soucy (925K), Zach Palmquist (RFA), Gustav Bouramann (720K), Dylan Labbe ($692,500).


Devan Dubnyk (4.33M)
Alex Stalock (650K)

Vying for spots: Stalock, Niklas Svedberg (700K), Steve Michalek (RFA), Adam Vay ($842,500).

Total cap hit: $58,533,591 ($75 million ceiling).
*Includes $2.5 million buyout cap hit for Thomas Vanek.
Available cap space: $16,466,409.

**Available cap space will be eaten up by roster hopefuls making the team, re-signings and outside signings.
***The Wild, like all teams, will save some cap space for callups and flexibility to make in-season adjustments (i.e. trades, waiver additions).