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'14-'15 Wild Defeat '08-'09 Wild in Seven Games to Clinch First UNP Appearance

Here is the 2016 Minnesota Wild Qualifying Tournament in its entirety.

For the first time in Ultimate NHL Playoff, the ’08-’09 Minnesota Wild will not be the franchises representative. 732 more words

Ultimate NHL Playoff

Preview of 2016 Minnesota Wild Qualifying Tournament

Here is a little description of each team in the tourney:

  1. ’06-’07 Minnesota Wild (48-26-8, 104 points (2nd in Northwest), Lost in Conference Quarterfinal)
  2. ’14-’15 Minnesota Wild (46-28-8, 100 points (4th in Central), Lost in Second Round)
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Ultimate NHL Playoff

With Wild Season Over, Uncertainty Begins

ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — Minnesota Wild players cleaned out their lockers on Wednesday and said goodbye until they come together to get ready for next season. 328 more words

Sports

Wild Beat Stars With Help From Koivu's OT Goal

DALLAS (AP) — Mikko Koivu and the Minnesota Wild are going home and hoping for another trip to Dallas.

Koivu scored the tying goal with 3:09 left in regulation, then redirected Ryan Suter’s shot from the left point 4:55 in the overtime as Minnesota beat the Stars 5-4 on Friday night to stay alive in their first-round series. 735 more words

Sports

Koivu scores game-winner in overtime as Wild stays alive beating Dallas to extend playoff series to Game 6

DALLAS — Mikko Koivu redirected Ryan Suter’s shot from the left point 4:55 into overtime and the Minnesota Wild beat the Dallas Stars 5-4 on Friday night to stay alive in their first-round NHL playoff series. 503 more words

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The Minnesota Wild

The land of 10,000 lakes has had to watch some very–ahem–interesting hockey this year. This team, for the last few years, looks absolutely solid on a piece of paper. 516 more words

Playoffs

Colorado Avalanche 0-4 Minnesota Wild

Colorado Avalanche fell to a second straight home defeat as the Minnesota Wild’s grip on the final wild card playoff spot tightens.

Two goals from Zach Parise as well as goals for Jordan Schroeder and Mikael Granlund won the game for the Wild to extend their lead over the Avalanche for the final wild card spot in the central division to five points. 226 more words

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