It’s safe to say the Wild have two goals this summer. Sign Matt Dumba and Jason Zucker. Well, one goal became complete early Saturday morning as the Wild and Dumba agreed to a 5 year, 30 million dollar contract that he deserves. Don’t believe me, check out this article I wrote up about a month ago. Goal number two for the Wild will have to wait for a bit. Zucker’s arbitration hearing is set for July 28th, but you hope they both can come to terms on a dell beforehand.
On our walk with us is Imagine Dragons new hit song “Natural”.
"He's one of four guys that has had three consecutive years of 10+ goals before he's 23...you're seeing him going forward as possibly getting better, it certainly made sense to go in the terms that we did." — GM Paul Fenton on Dumba.— Minnesota Wild (@mnwild) July 21, 2018
Listen → https://t.co/4UfwJug77p pic.twitter.com/wUh6WKBsa5
"The support that I had from my own community along with a scholarship program that helped me get through school."— Minnesota Wild (@mnwild) July 21, 2018
@Matt_Dumba heavily involved in giving back to the #StateOfHockey community → https://t.co/SisMuMV7PD pic.twitter.com/dWJMfcVoxE
After registering 50 points in 2017-18 as a 23-year old defenseman, @Matt_Dumba was up for a new contract...— Minnesota Wild (@mnwild) July 21, 2018
The important call came while golfing with his dad, brother & friend → https://t.co/HVdtVRmAHi pic.twitter.com/HSO5W1s0Gg
Tending the fields
On the frozen pond
Hockey, theater, and family fun in southwest Minnesota this weekend | News, Sports, Jobs - Marshall Independent
Sports fans can watch hockey in July this weekend in Marshall, thanks to the Red Baron Arena and Expo.
Off the trial
Humboldt Broncos survivor Ryan Straschnitzki is back on the ice for the first time since the accident.— NHL on NBC (@NHLonNBCSports) July 21, 2018
He hopes to one day compete for Canada in sled hockey. #HumboldtStrong pic.twitter.com/8wsWHN2VYK
Saturday marked 74 days until the NHL season begins. Here’s a great video to get you excited for the season.
74 days left till hockey - TJ Oshie’s shootout victory pic.twitter.com/E0iQ3bIPkD— The Hockey Hangout (@HockeyHangout) July 21, 2018
CCM invites you to (try to) follow McDavid in 360-degree interactive ad
If you've forgotten how fast Connor McDavid is, this new 360-degree ad from CCM will serve as a good reminder.
McDavid gets hole-in-one golfing with brother | NHL.com
Connor McDavid looks like he might be OK at another sport too.The Edmonton Oilers captain got a hole-in-one at the Magna Golf Club in Aurora, Ontario, on Saturday.
Mittelstadt eager to continue education with Sabres
Casey Mittelstadt's NHL career began when he debuted with the Buffalo Sabres on March 29. He's ready to build on that and become a key component in their future.
Pietrangelo becomes father of triplets
Call it an offseason hat trick for Alex Pietrangelo. The St. Louis Blues defenseman's wife, Jayne, has given birth to triplets.
Subban shows off dance moves at Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports Awards | NHL.com
P.K. Subban knows how to shoot pucks. He also knows how to do "The Shoot."The Nashville Predators all-star defenseman put his dancing skills on display at the 2018 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports Awards, which was televised on Friday. Subban took on Olympic gold medalist alpine skier Mikaela Shiffrin in a physical challenge/race/game during the show.
NHL arbitration schedule for restricted free agents
NHL players who have filed for arbitration will have hearings in Toronto through Aug. 4.
Larkin making progress on contract with Red Wings: report
Dylan Larkin said he is making progress on a contract with the Detroit Red Wings, The Athletic reported Friday.
Trouba, Jets await arbitration decision
Jacob Trouba and the Winnipeg Jets had an arbitration hearing Friday.The 24-year-old defenseman had 24 points (three goals, 21 assists) in 55 games last season. He missed 20 games from Jan. 30-March 13 with a lower-body injury and five games from March 20-29 with an upper-body injury.
Foo ready to fight for spot on Flames | NHL.com
CALGARY -- Competition isn't discouraging Spencer Foo. The forward prospect is hoping to move up the crowded Calgary Flames depth chart as a second-year pro.
Patrick's kids eat ice cream out of Stanley Cup
You can call it the Sundae Cup.Chris Patrick, the Washington Capitals director of player personnel, enjoyed his day with the Stanley Cup by taking it to a Cold Stone Creamery store in Vienna, Virgina, where his kids and family members got to spoon some ice cream out of the bowl atop the Greatest Trophy in All of Sports.