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What makes this year’s ranking so interesting is the amount of key players that are no longer eligible.
The Wild GM has his reasons.
Minnesota is clearing some space.
Minnesota got a little bit more metal.
The medal round delivered some dramatics, but one Wild prospect had an insane tournament.
The Edina boy is coming to St. Paul.
The World Juniors quarterfinals was filled with drama and upsets.
The incoming Boston College captain plays an exciting game, earning himself an improved spot this year.
After a promising first year at BC, Nesterenko had a setback year with an Eagles club that struggled mightily.
The couple of Wild prospects on Team Canada have not been good, at all.
Hunter Haight’s development might have been stymied by pandemic shortened seasons, but there’s hope yet for this speedy center.
The weekend had some highs and lows.
The Swedish blueliner did his thing to keep a ranking.
The third day of the Wild-featured World Juniors was highlighted by the American captain.
We’re in the middle of T25U25 season but let’s look at some eligible players that fall below the ranking.
In the second day of the junior tournament, some Wild prospects did some things that are off the record.
The first day of the World Juniors for Wild prospects was filled with highs and mids.
An olympian makes his way on the Wild’s Top 25 Under 25 list.