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Wild and Twin Cities Toyota dealers announce helmet sponsorship

Multi-year deal means Toyota logo will appear exclusively on the Wild's home and road helmets

by Minnesota Wild @mnwildscribe / Wild.com

ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota Wild and Twin Cities Toyota dealers today jointly announced a multi-year partnership as the team's new helmet entitlement partner. The Toyota logo will appear exclusively on the Wild's home and road helmets. Twin Cities Toyota Dealers will continue as the Official Automotive Partner of the Minnesota Wild.

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Lights, camera, action: Kaprizov re-takes center stage as season begins

Reigning rookie of the year aims to build on historic first campaign in Minnesota

by Dan Myers @mnwildscribe / Wild.com

Everything about Kirill Kaprizov's first season in the National Hockey League was unusual.

From the shortened season, to the COVID-19 protocols, to his life at home and the empty arenas, there was literally nothing about the 2020-21 hockey season that one could consider routine. 

And despite all of that, Kaprizov put together one of the finest overall seasons in franchise history.

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Amsoil practice brings back fond memories for Wild's former Gophers

Once in enemy territory, Wild's trio of 'U' stars warmly greeted Tuesday in Duluth

by Dan Myers @mnwildscribe / Wild.com

DULUTH, Minn. -- As Wild forward Rem Pitlick was signing autographs for fans following practice at Amsoil Arena on Tuesday, the former Golden Gopher All-American was presented with an interesting quandary.

Over the railing came a maroon and gold hockey sweater, waiting for his signature. 

But this sweater wasn't boasting the block 'M' Pitlick has signed dozens of times over the course of his career. It had the insignia of the Bulldog.

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Wild announces Opening Night roster

Roster reduced to 22; Boldy an injured non-roster player

by Minnesota Wild @mnwild / Wild.com

ST. PAUL -- Minnesota Wild General Manager Bill Guerin today announced the National Hockey League club has reduced its training camp roster to 22 players. The team designated forward Matt Boldy as an injured non-roster player.

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Local organizers announce events marking 100 days to Hockey Day

Annual celebration will be headquartered in Mankato on Jan. 22, 2022

by Minnesota Wild @mnwild / Wild.com

ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota Wild, Bally Sports North and local organizers for Hockey Day Minnesota 2022 in Mankato today announced two special events will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 12 to help celebrate 100 days until Hockey Day Minnesota 2022 at Minnesota State University's Blakeslee Stadium in Mankato.

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Duhaime wins battle for roster spot, earns new number in the process

Grinding winger did a bit of everything during impressive training camp

by Dan Myers @mnwildscribe / Wild.com

Don't be confused on Friday night when you flip on your television and see a white Wild sweater with the No. 21 on the back. 

Minnesota will not have acquired a new player by then (we don't think). It's not Carson Soucy flying around the ice in a replay of a game from last year. 

That white No. 21 jersey now belongs to Wild forward Brandon Duhaime, who officially won the battle for the final spot on the Opening Night roster after a strong training camp. 

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Postgame Hat Trick: Blackhawks 5, Wild 1

Hartman tallies the lone goal for Minnesota in exhibition finale

by Dan Myers @mnwildscribe / Wild.com

Wild.com's Dan Myers gives three takeaways from the Wild's 5-1 loss against the Chicago Blackhawks at United Center in Chicago on Saturday night:

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The gang's all here: Wild roster set a week ahead of season opener

Duhaime wins NHL roster spot with strong camp; Rossi, Beckman impress but will start in Iowa

by Dan Myers @mnwildscribe / Wild.com

Six days before the official start of the 2021-22 NHL regular season, the Minnesota Wild has its team that will head west to Southern California next week. 

The Wild made a couple of roster moves on Saturday ahead of its final preseason game against the Chicago Blackhawks, and those moves essentially decided who will be on the club when the puck drops on the season Friday night in Anaheim.

The bottom line: Brandon Duhaime has made the NHL club and will embark on his first season in the League, likely beginning the year on the left wing of Nico Sturm and Nick Bjugstad on the club's fourth line.

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