Wild: Facing the Reality of Another Nothing Season

The Minnesota Wild are in trouble. After dropping a 4-2 decision to the Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday, the team finds themselves in the league’s basement along with the New Jersey Devils and Ottawa Senators. The Wild boast a minus-11 goal differential, which makes them the second worst team in the league to the Devils.Continue reading “Wild: Facing the Reality of Another Nothing Season”

2019-2020 Season Preview: Minnesota Wild

The Minnesota Wild will take to 2019-2020 with Bill Guerin as their general manager. He replaced Paul Fenton, who was fired in late July after 14 months on the job. Guerin has experience with the Pittsburgh Penguins, having served in their front office for the past eight seasons. He was assistant general manager for theContinue reading “2019-2020 Season Preview: Minnesota Wild”

What Went Wrong: Minnesota Wild

The Minnesota Wild waved goodbye to the post-season in 2018-2019, but it was the first time since 2011-2012 they fell short. They saw their chances dissolve on April 2 of 2019, with the Colorado Avalanche holding the keys to the kingdom. The Wild finished with 83 points, one shy of the Chicago Blackhawks and sevenContinue reading “What Went Wrong: Minnesota Wild”

Bruins: Coyle Trade Helps Boston Build Depth

The Boston Bruins addressed a need on Wednesday by picking up forward Charlie Coyle from the Minnesota Wild in exchange for Ryan Donato and a conditional draft pick. The 26-year-old had spent the entirely of his career with Minnesota up until Wednesday, despite being drafted by the San Jose Sharks in the first round ofContinue reading “Bruins: Coyle Trade Helps Boston Build Depth”

Bruins: Boston Stays the Course, Invests in the Future

The Boston Bruins haven’t been the busiest team this summer and they don’t really have a reason to be. General manager Don Sweeney has a strong crew of rookies to work with, but there’s a small army of players coming off their entry level deals next year and he may have to get creative. AsContinue reading “Bruins: Boston Stays the Course, Invests in the Future”