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The search for the next Wild GM is still going. Plus, John Tavares believes Mitch Marner will be back in Toronto, Robin Lehner’s Masterton Trophy had a slight error, and more!

Minnesota Wild v Dallas Stars

Aside from the ongoing search for the next General Manager of the Minnesota Wild, there is not much news around the team and the league as a whole right now as this is officially the doldrums of summer right up to the start of training camp. With training camp and the preseason just about a month away, below is a collection of links to articles on a variety of topics around the Wild and the rest of the league.

Wild News

This past weekend, Minnesota Wild acting GM Tom Kurvers discussed his battle with lung cancer and the 10K fundraiser for “A Breath of Hope Foundation” that he participated in:

Chip Scoggins of the Star Tribune wonders how the Wild will come up with a plan to get the team back on the right track:

Off The Trail

Kevin Labanc did the San Jose Sharks a nice thing by taking a very discounted contract:

Goaltender Robin Lehner won the Masterton Trophy after a great rebound season personally and professionally with the New York Islanders. Unfortunately there was a small error:

The Hockey News takes a look at which players have lost more fantasy hockey value than others:

Toronto Maple Leafs forward John Tavares thinks that the team will strike a deal to keep Mitch Marner in Toronto:

Pete Jensen of answers a variety of fantasy hockey questions heading into the 2019-20 season:

And finally, former longtime Montreal Canadiens defenseman Andrei Markov would like to make a return to the team after the spending the past two seasons in the KHL: