Winnipeg players left to reflect on what went wrong after most successful season in franchise history ends against Las Vegas
by: N/A — NHL: Minnesota Wild 5h
Wild.com's Dan Myers provides his three takeaways on the Wild's hiring of Paul Fenton as its new general manager.
by: Greg WyshynskiESPN — ESPN 6h
Paul Fenton, who had been a part of the Nashville Predators' front office since 1998, was named the GM of the Minnesota Wild on Monday, replacing Chuck Fletcher. The Wild are owned by the Predators' founding owner, Craig Leipold.
by: Iowa Wild — AHL: Iowa Wild 6h
Minnesota Wild Owner Craig Leipold today announced the hiring of Paul Fenton to a multi-year contract as the team’s General Manager and Alternate Governor. He will oversee the Wild’s hockey operations department including all matters rela
by: Dane Mizutani — Pioneer Press 7h
After a monthlong search process for the next Wild general manager, owner Craig Leipold has decided that Paul Fenton is the right man for the job. Fenton was viewed as the frontrunner from the get-…
by: N/A — NHL: Nashville Predators 7h
It's a golden moment for the Nashville Swedes.
by: Jared Clinton — The Hockey News 8h
The Jets suffered the disappointment of falling short in the Western Conference final, but the current crop and the next wave of prospects have the future looking bright in Winnipeg.
by: The Canadian Press — CBC Sports 13h
After the final buzzer, Connor Hellebuyck went up to his teammates still on the ice, many bent over their sticks their heads hanging dejectedly, and gave them a pat and said a few words in what he agreed was an emotional moment.
by: The Canadian Press — National Post 13h
'They had the best goalie in the league right now. He stood on his head. He made a lot of big saves,' the Jets' Mark Scheifele said of Marc-Andre Fleury
by: Jimmy Hascup — Democrat & Chronicle 23h
The Golden Knights, in their inaugural season, are accomplishing things never seen in professional sports history.
by: Kevin Allen, USA TODAY Sports — Detroit Free Press 20 May
The most successful expansion team in professional sports history defeated the Winnipeg Jets in five games to advance to the Stanley Cup Final.
by: N/A — NHL: Tampa Bay Lightning 20 May
The Bolts look to close out the Capitals in Game 6