Team Snapshot
Goals For / Game 2.56 27th
Goals Against / Game 2.84 12th
Power Play % 20.3 14th
Penalty Kill % 81.7 7th
2018-19 Central Division Standings
Nashville 47 29 6 100
Winnipeg 47 30 5 99
St. Louis 45 28 9 99
Dallas 43 32 7 93
Colorado 38 30 14 90
Chicago 36 34 12 84
Minnesota 37 36 9 83


  • C
    Mikko Koivu (Knee) is out for season
  • LW
    Zach Parise (Lower Body) is questionable Friday vs Las Vegas
  • D
    Matt Dumba (Upper Body) is out indefinitely
  • C
    Joel Eriksson Ek (Lower Body) is out indefinitely

Minnesota Wild News

  • 4 hours ago

    Hockey Wilderness: Wilderness Walk: Lucky 13

    After the Iowa Wild dropped a touchdown on the Milwaukee Admirals in the first game of their best-of-five Central division semifinal series on Sunday, you might have thought that level of dominance to be an unsustainable aberration.

    You'd have been wrong.

    Led by Luke Kunin's two goals, the AHL's Wild routed the Admirals to the tune of 6-1 on Tuesday night, heading to Milwaukee with a 2-0 series lead and having scored 13 goals in the team's first two Calder Cup playoff games in franchise history. The Wild can close out the series on Thursday at 7 p.

  • 5 hours ago
  • Tuesday was an incredible night for sports. Take a peek at @iawild's top moments from its 6-1 win.

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  • Yesterday at 11:04pm
  • RT @IAWild: Win game 2:

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  • Yesterday at 4:43pm

    Fansided: The Minnesota Wild's New Cap Situation: Forwards

    So what's my point?

    Well unlike the lightning the Wild have given themselves a lot of cap space to re-invest in their team. They also have the majority of their team on short-term contracts, giving them a ton of flexibility. So, what are the holes on their roster, and how much money do they have to play with.

    Cap Spreads

    As Lake Martin said in his last article:

    The new core being added to the current aging core of Parise, Suter, Staal, Koivu, Zucker, Spurgeon must step up and produce in order for the wild to succeed.

  • Yesterday at 9:03am

    Hockey Wilderness: Catch up on the latest news in hockey before the first Game 7 of the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs, where the only winner will be #TeamChaos.

    The Minnesota Wild may not be in the playoffs, but anyone who believes there isn't a reason to watch the playoffs anyways is really missing out.

    "Diminutive forward battled through a barrage of cross checks to score his second goal of the game Sunday against Milwaukee."

    "On Monday, Boudreau was starting his third week of digesting the fact that the 2018-19 Wild was only his second team in a dozen NHL seasons to miss the playoffs."

    "For male LGBTQ2 hockey players, coming out can feel like skating on thin ice.

  • April 22 at 1:47pm

    Hockey Wilderness: The Des Moines Report: Wild dominate, take early series lead

    For the first time in franchise history, the Iowa Wild have made the Calder Cup Playoffs. Their series with Milwaukee finally got underway Sunday afternoon in Des Moines and got off to a good note, to say the least. 14 different players registered a point in their 7-0 dismantling of the Admirals.

    Here's how their Game 1 victory played out.

    As the puck dropped in front of the over 4,500 fans at Wells Fargo, a group of former Minnesota Wild players -- Jordan Greenway, Luke Kunin and Ryan Donato -- started it off on the offense.

  • April 22 at 1:46pm
  • What a RAUsing success. #TheHuntContinues

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  • April 22 at 1:06pm
  • What did @iawild players have to say after its 7-0 win in Game 1? Find out now

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  • April 22 at 11:08am

    Hockey Wilderness: Wilderness Walk: Nothing to See Here

    Wilderness, we've entered the long night. Normally, this comes in another week or two, but we've exited the playoffs earlier than the past several years.... to put it mildly.

    And so, we're left to walk the long night with naught to light our way but the playoffs. And Game of Thrones. Avengers: Endgame. Ummmmm...

    Acoustic, under-tempo, out-of-tune versions of Prog-Rock songs?


    Bruins pounce on sleeping Leafs, and now Game 7 demons loom |
    A precedent is there for Game 7, too, after the Leafs lost the deciding game of Round 1 last year in Boston

    Capitals' Oshie undergoes surgery on collarbone, out indefinitely | theScore.

  • April 22 at 10:46am
  • Need a distraction at work? How about highlights from @iawild's 7-0 playoff win!

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  • April 22 at 10:24am
  • RT @kare11: Start your week with some advice from @mnwild's @Jason_Zucker16! #MondayRefresh #sunrisers

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  • April 21 at 10:40pm
  • @iawild takes Game 1!

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  • April 21 at 10:38pm
  • @iawild takes Game 1!

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  • April 21 at 10:06pm
  • @iawild takes Game 1!

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  • April 21 at 7:44pm
  • M O O D. @IAWild

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