Will Dean Evason’s Blue Jackets Actually Bite On Freddy Gaudreau?
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by Hockey Wilderness
2h ago
Since Dean Evason’s name started being floated as a potential coach for a team other than the Minnesota Wild, a free-floating fantasy in the fanbase has been the potential to offload the Freddy Gaudreau contract onto Dean-o’s new team. It makes sense. Evason and Gaudreau go back to their days with t ..read more
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Dean Evason Hired To Be Blue Jacket’s Head Coach
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by Hockey Wilderness
2h ago
That’s Wild Dean-O has found a home. After being fired by the Minnesota Wild in the middle of last season, former head coach Dean Evason has been hired by the Columbus Blue Jackets to be their bench boss. That is a young team that will certainly learn how to play some gutsy hockey. [NHL.com ..read more
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Was Zeev Buium the Slam-Dunk Pick Everyone Thought?
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by Hockey Wilderness
14h ago
In the ruthless scramble for Lord Stanley’s Cup, NHL franchises don’t just build contenders, they cultivate them. The lifeblood of this pursuit isn’t limited to free agency bidding wars or blockbuster trades. The true foundation often lies years in the past, meticulously constructed through the NHL ..read more
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Don’t Sleep On Ryder Ritchie
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by Hockey Wilderness
2d ago
All the talk about the Minnesota Wild’s 2024 draft focused on Zeeb Buium (12th overall) and Aron Kiviharju. Both players are smooth-skating defensemen and draft steals for the Wild. However, the Wild also got another steal when they took Prince Albert’s Ryder Ritchie in the second round. Ritch ..read more
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Perception Is Not Reality With Minnesota’s Roster Flexibility
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by Hockey Wilderness
3d ago
It’s amazing how quickly perceptions can change in the NHL. Just a few years ago, Bill Guerin was the belle of the ball in St. Paul. The man with the nerve to buy out two cornerstone franchise stars was pulling all the right levers. But that goodwill has seemingly evaporated. As soon as Guerin ..read more
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Where Are They Now? Recent Wild Players Edition
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by Hockey Wilderness
4d ago
In the last few years, Bill Guerin has signed a core group of players to multi-year contracts (for better or worse). However, it has also been a time when Minnesota Wild fans have lost a few fan favorites since the 2021-22 season. So, let’s review and see where some of them will be for the 2024-25 s ..read more
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Will Brock Faber’s Contract Have the Upside As Matt Boldy’s?
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by Hockey Wilderness
5d ago
On Tuesday, The Athletic’s Dom Luszczyszyn released his annual list of the 10 most valuable contracts in the NHL. The list included a solid mix of the best players in the NHL (Nathan MacKinnon, Quinn Hughes, Adam Fox, Matthew Tkachuk), underrated players signed to cheap long-term deals (Gustav Forsl ..read more
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Will Brock Faber’s Contract Have the Upside Of Matt Boldy’s?
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by Hockey Wilderness
5d ago
On Tuesday, The Athletic’s Dom Luszczyszyn released his annual list of the 10 most valuable contracts in the NHL. The list included a solid mix of the best players in the NHL (Nathan MacKinnon, Quinn Hughes, Adam Fox, Matthew Tkachuk), underrated players signed to cheap long-term deals (Gustav Forsl ..read more
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Wild Prospects at Upcoming World Junior Summer Showcase
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by Hockey Wilderness
5d ago
That’s Wild While we won’t have any NHL hockey to watch for months, the true hockey sickos will at least have some hockey this summer. The World Junior Summer Showcase is where all the nations of the upcoming World Junior Championship get to strut their stuff and test out some players to see if ..read more
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Will Faber and Buium Be More Dangerous Together Or Apart?
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by Hockey Wilderness
6d ago
The Minnesota Wild could have two young X-Factor defensemen in the NHL sometime very soon, perhaps as early as April. On the left side, Minnesota could see Zeev Buium, their first-round pick, who The Athletic’s Scott Wheeler named the No. 5 prospect in hockey. On the right, there’s Brock Faber, the ..read more
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