The NHL regular season is over, and while we look ahead to the playoffs, we have to remember what got the Wild here. Join Hockey Wilderness in deciding who the Wild’s regular season MVP was as we discuss the writers’ vote finalists throughout the week.
You can vote below on who you believed was the Wild’s MVP through the regular season, and we’ll reveal the results of both the writers’ and commenters’ vote Thursday morning.
Largely known for his regular season success and Game 7 losses, Bruce Boudreau just rolls his eyes at some of his critics while looking forward to the post-season.
Since the last time the Wild faced them, the St. Louis Blues have shown little weakness as they’ve been one of the league’s hot teams.
Both teams look forward to a challenging first round as storylines abound.
This will be the Wild’s fifth consecutive trip the Stanley Cup Playoffs as they will ice their best team in franchise history.
A fun profile of Boudreau and his family heading into the playoffs.
Unlike the Eastern Conference, no teams in the West will be switching divisions for the start of the playoffs.
The Wild may have the better overall record, but the Blues lead in several statistics and shouldn’t be discounted.
On the Frozen Pond
After an entertaining game, the Duluth Bulldogs ultimately fell to Denver in NCAA title match.
Off the Trail
The Toronto Maple Leafs have earned a playoff spot for the first time since 2013 and will find out what exactly that means the hard way.
It’s always fun to laugh at the Avs, and their historically bad season makes it all the easier.
Last night, the Detroit Red Wings played their last game at the Joe Louis Arena.
After a disappointing season following a Division title, Lindy Ruff’s contract with the Dallas Stars won’t be renewed.
While Ruff is an intriguing option for any team looking for a new coach, most teams would benefit by waiting to see what happens with the Los Angeles Kings’ head coach, Darryl Sutter.
Bickell always seemed to find a way to score against the Wild, but MS will unfortunately end his career early. Best of luck to him and his family moving forward.
After 44 years calling games for the LA Kings, Bob Miller is retiring.
Riley Sheahan’s season long goal-drought ended last night as the Red Wings played their final game at Joe Louis Arena.