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Minnesota Wild History:
The Minnesota Wild did a good job revamping their team during the offseason. They improved their offensive depth, and locked up their young superstar, Marian Gaborik, for the next three seasons. Minnesota knew they needed to get some offense during the offseason ranking 25th in the league in scoring last season. It didn’t help with a very weak power play either.
After trading for all-star forward Pavol Demitra on draft day, the Minnesota Wild signed offensive defenseman Kim Johnsson, and gritty-forward Mark Parrish. All three of these players will heavily improve the Minnesota Wild’s power-play. Parrish is good at crashing the net, Johnnson can quarterback the power-play, and Demitra is an excellent playmaker and finisher.
However, the Wild did lose four of their defensemen during the offseason, as Filip Kuba, Daniel Tjarnqvist, Alex Henry, and Andrei Zyuzin all found new homes. Besides signing Kim Johnsson, the Minnesota Wild filled the void on defense by signing stay-at-home defenseman Keith Carney, and trading for one of the top scoring defenseman in the Swiss league, Petteri Nummelin.
The Minnesota Wild accomplished their goal of adding more offensive depth, and in the process they pleased their star forward Marian Gaborik by signing one of his best friends and Slovakian teammate, Pavol Demitra. Demitra and Gaborik will be a force to be reckoned with next season, as the two are already familiar playing with each other internationally. Demitra also fits in the Minnesota Wild’s system, as he is known to be a very responsible defensive force.
The emergence of young forward Pierre-Marc Bouchard, and the addition of Mark Parrish, gives the Minnesota Wild two solid scoring lines. Brian Rolston should continue to be a force at both ends of the ice, and should eat up most of the ice-time while being a huge threat from the point on the power-play. The Wild were 5th in the league in defense last season, and were the best penalty-killing team too, it will be interesting to see how well the new additions to their blueline will adapt. Coach Jacques Lemaire may also want to layoff of the defensive style the Minnesota Wild are used to playing, as their offense is as deep as it has ever been in franchise history.
Hopefully for the wild, Manny Fernandez will continue to play solid in goal for them, as he continues to be one of the most underrated goalies in the league. As long as Demitra is healthy, there should be no reason why the Wild miss the playoffs this year; they sported a decent record last season with a younger and less experienced lineup. If the Minnesota Wild fail to make the playoffs, Lemaire’s job could be in jeopardy.
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