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Wild Draft Results; Take Defenseman Dumba In First Round

The Minnesota Wild drafted defenseman Mathew Dumba with the 7th overall pick in the first round Friday night. Dumba is a 5'11 184 pounder from Canada. He played in the WHL for Red Deer. In the 2nd round the Wild picked left wing Raphael Bussires from Canada, 3rd round pick was defenseman John Draeger from Shattack St. Mary's in Faribault, Minnesota, 4th round pick was center Adam Gilmore from the U.S., 5th round defenseman Daniel Gunnarsson from Sweden, 6th round center Christoph Bertschy from Switzerland and 7th round Louis Nanne from Edina, Minnesota.

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Wild Expected to Take Talent Over Need In NHL Draft

The Minnesota Wild have the 7th overall pick in the NHL draft Friday night. Wild assistant General Manager Brent Flahr says the Wild will draft the best talent available and not for need. The first overall pick is expected to be Russian right wing Nail Yakupov. Edmonton will pick first. The first round of the draft will take place Friday night with rounds 2-7 to take place on Saturday. Minnesota has one pick in each round.

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Wild Re-Sign Harding to 3-Year Contract

The Minnesota Wild signed goaltender Josh Harding to a 3-year $5.7 Million contract extension Tuesday. Harding would have become a unrestricted free agent next month. The 28-year old Harding has been a backup throughout his NHL career behind 34-year old Niklas Backstrom. Backstrom is entering the final year of his contract and will turn 35 in February.

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Wild Sign Goaltending Prospect, Gustafsson

The Minnesota Wild signed goaltender Johan Gustafsson to a 3-year entry level contract. The Wild made that announcement Thursday giving them 5 picks from the 2010 draft under contract. The 20-year old Gustafsson had a 1.68 goals against average and a .932 save percentage in the Swedish Elite League this season.

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Wild Sign Top Prospect, Granlund

The Minnesota Wild have signed top prospect Mikael Granlund to a 3-year $2.7 Million contract. The contract includes $90,000 in bonus money annually. He is ranked as the #2 overall prospect in the Hockey News Future Watch. Granlund scored 40 points in 43 games as a 17-year old in the Finnish Elite League. As a 19-year old last season he led the HIFK in regular season scoring.

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Wild Sign Stoner to 2-Year Contract

The Minnesota Wild signed defenseman Clayton Stoner to a 2-year contract extension worth $2.1 Million. The 27-year old had 1 goal and 4 assists in 51 games with the Wild in 2011-2012. Stoner was a 3rd round pick by the Wild in 2004.

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Wild Players Nate Prosser and Jason Zucker Are Coming To St. Cloud

The Minnesota Wild have announced that current Wild players Nate Prosser and Jason Zucker will be coming to St. Cloud Wednesday June 27 as part of the Minnesota Wild road tour. Prosser is a defenseman from Elk River, Minnesota and Zucker is a rookie from Denver. The Wild road tour will stop at the MAC for a meet and greet, an oppportunity for fans to receive autographs and for fans participate in pedal cart races.

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MN Wild to Pick #7

The Minnesota Wild did not win the NHL draft lottery Tuesday night. Edmonton won the lottery for a 3rd straight season. The Wild had a 4.7% chance of moving up to as high as #3 in the NHL draft. The draft is considered defenseman heavy in the top ten of the first round.

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Wild Close Season With 4-1 Loss To Coyotes

The Minnesota Wild gave up 2 first period goals and lost 4-1 at home to Phoenix Saturday night to close the 2011-2012 season. Dany Heatley scored the lone Minnesota goal and Niklas Backstrom had 24 saves. Heatley's goal is his 24th.

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Wild Beat Blackhawks In a Shootout

The Minnesota Wild won 2-1 in an overtime shootout Thursday night. Devin Setoguchi scored the lone goal in the shootout and Cal Clutterbuck scored the lone Minnesota goal in regulation. Josh Harding had 22 saves for Minnesota. Shots were even at 23.

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