Minnesota Wild Analysis
A supergroup for analysis pertaining to specific plays, lines, or overall review.
After a good regular season, Stalock was mostly solid in the play-in series against Vancouver.
The Lizard King was not good in the postseason.
Here’s what you need to know about Marcus Johansson.
At 35 years old, Eric Staal showed he can still perform in the postseason.
After leading Minnesota with 25 goals in the regular season, Parise failed to find the back of the net during the play-in round.
It wasn’t a great postseason for the former second-round draft pick.
Though not an analytics darling, Luke Kunin increased his value to the Minnesota Wild in the play-in round
Not one to light up the scoreboard, Hartman made his impact another way.
Galchenyuk was essentially invisible for the Wild in the postseason.
Marcus Foligno didn’t stand out much against Vancouver.
Dumba couldn’t make a scoring impact in the Wild’s qualifying series against the Canucks, but his actions outside the game, geared toward justice and equality, left a lasting impression.
The Swedish center had his hands full with the Vancouver Canucks’ top six.
The Wild’s regular season MVP lived up to his billing when the games mattered most.
After a season filled with inconsistent ice time and an unpredictable level of play, the qualifying round was mostly more of the same for the young forward.
Brodin did what he could to try to shut down the Canucks offense.
After seeing their season end in the qualifying round and with an important offseason coming up, there are a few players who might've played their last game with the Wild.
In a battle between elite talent and a deep, balanced attack, who will come out on top offensively?
The numbers are on Minnesota’s side.
With hockey experts saying the Wild’s play-in series against Vancouver is as even as they come, who has the edge when it comes to goaltending?