Minnesota Wild Postseason Grades
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.
After a disappointing season, both Dubnyk and Stalock need to have bounce-back years if Minnesota wants any shot at returning to the postseason.
There are several roads that lead out of, but just as many that lead back to Minnesota
Tuch failed to capitalize on his opportunities this season, but he’ll get another chance next year
The Minnesota Wild’s best defenseman continues to get better despite the odds.
But there remain questions about the recent IIHF Gold-medalist’s future
Dumba had an odd statistical season that may mean he is on his way out of Minnesota. Wild fans could regret that.
Despite some injuries, Olofsson showed he’s ready for the big time next season.
White came to Minnesota as a throw away piece in a trade to fill a void that wasn't there.
Suter’s ‘16-’17 performance was more of the same, another solid and subtly dominant campaign.
Brought in at the trade deadline, Martin Hanzal solidified the Wild’s center depth.
A career-year likely means Zucker has made his home in Minnesota.
The Swedish center impressed, but still must improve to claim a full-time NHL job.
2016-2017 was the season of illness for Parise
In his second stint with the Wild, Stewart again performed well in his role, but left us wanting more.