The latest on Kirill Kaprisov

Saturday, September 18, 2021 82

The Minnesota Wild try hard to get Kirill Kaprisov signed to an extended-term deal. NHL exchange rumors going around earlier this offseason had him doubtlessly signing with CSKA Moscow of the KHL but the ones rumors were debunked. Wild GM Bill Guerin on how negotiations are going, “Pretty gradual right now, however not anything I’m […]

Will the Minnesota Wild trade Kirill Kaprizov

Tuesday, August 10, 2021 136

Will the contract standoff between the Minnesota Wild and Kirill Kaprizov lead to a trade? The Wild have a contract offer on the table but Kaprizov and his team appear to be in a stalemate with the Wild. Frank Seravalli of The Daily Faceoff is reporting Kirill Kaprizov has a tentative agreement in place with […]

Minnesota Wild want #1 center for Matt Dumba

Monday, January 11, 2021 73

NHL trade rumors have been going around in the off-season that Minnesota Wild GM Bill Guerin has been shopping Matt Dumba for a #1 center. Dumba was recently quoted as saying, “This is where I want to be,” “I don’t want to move nowhere.” There’s no hard feelings on Dumba’s end; he understands Guerin has […]

NHL Rumors: Wild, Bruins

Tuesday, November 12, 2019 11

Minnesota Wild seek game-breaker Twin Cities: The Minnesota Wild struggled out-of-the gate this season and have played well recently. GM Bill Guerin would like to land a game-breaking forward but believes those can only be found through the NHL draft. The biggest reason Guerin isn’t ready to punt on this season. He likes what he’s […]

NHL Rumors: Laine, Rantanen, Minnesota Wild

Thursday, September 26, 2019 12

Latest contract news on Patrik Laine, Mikko Rantanen TSN: Pierre LeBrun reports there have been discussions this week between Patrik Laine and the Winnipeg Jets, and Mikko Rantanen and the Colorado Avalanche. So that is the positive. The negative is they haven’t closed the gap just yet. LeBrun believes the Jets recently offered a two-year deal, yes, a two-year […]

May 14: This Day in NHL History

Monday, May 15, 2017 26

THIS DATE IN NHL HISTORY: May 14 1977: The Montreal Canadiens end perhaps the most dominant season in NHL history when Jacques Lemaire scores his second goal of the game at 4:32 of overtime for a 2-1 victory against the Bruins at Boston Garden, completing a four-game sweep in the Final to win the Stanley […]