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Wild reduces roster to 25 players

Read, Hammond, Bartkowski among those assigned to Iowa

by Minnesota Wild @mnwild / Wild.com

ST. PAUL -- Minnesota Wild General Manager Paul Fenton today announced the National Hockey League (NHL) club has reduced its training camp roster to 25 players.

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Down on the Farm: Iowa Wild takes over TRIA Rink

Minnesota's AHL affiliate played two preseason games at NHL's club's new practice facility

by Dan Myers @DanMyers / Wild.com

Wild.com's Down on the Farm presented by Just Bare Chicken keeps tabs on the Iowa Wild all throughout the season.

ST. PAUL -- A little over one week after the Minnesota Wild played its first ever preseason game in Des Moines, Iowa, it was the Iowa Wild's turn at TRIA Rink at Treasure Island Center in downtown St. Paul.

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Wild's best players come to play in exhibition finale

Zucker, Granlund and Niederreiter score goals as Minnesota falls in OT to Colorado

by Dan Myers @DanMyers / Wild.com

Finally, the exhibition season is over. From here on out, the games will count. 

The Wild wrapped up the preseason Friday night in Denver against the Colorado Avalanche, the same site and the same opponent Minnesota will open the regular season against in six days. 

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Wild players eager for start of Ryder Cup this weekend

Trash talking between European, American factions already at full force

by Dan Myers @DanMyers / Wild.com

ST. PAUL -- Wild captain Mikko Koivu isn't one for shows of emotion. But told the first match of the 2018 Ryder Cup gets underway at 1:10 a.m. local time on Friday morning, Koivu's facial expression immediately tensed.

"Seriously?" he wondered, clearly disappointed.

For Koivu, and many others inside the Wild dressing room, the Ryder Cup is no different than the Super Bowl or The Masters ... it's appointment viewing. 

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Wild reduces training camp roster to 31 players

Wild closes preseason in Denver on Friday

by Minnesota Wild @mnwild / Wild.com

SAINT PAUL -- Minnesota Wild General Manager Paul Fenton today announced the National Hockey League (NHL) club has reduced its training camp roster to 31 players.

The team assigned forwards Sam Anas and Justin Kloos and defenseman Carson Soucy to the Iowa Wild of the American Hockey League (AHL). The Wild also assigned forward Alexander Khovanov to Moncton (QMJHL).

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Suter looks like old self in return from injury

Veteran defenseman plays more than 21 minutes in only exhibition tuneup before season opener

by Dan Myers @DanMyers / Wild.com

ST. PAUL -- With training camp nearing its end and opening night getting closer and closer on the calendar, Wild defenseman Ryan Suter finally had enough. 

Enough with the practicing and not playing, enough with watching his teammates bear the brunt of exhibition ice time, and enough of not putting his surgically repaired ankle through the rigors of a game test.

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How to stream tonight's Wild preseason game against the Winnipeg Jets

Fans in FOX Sports North's broadcast region can catch exhibition contest on Wild.com

by Minnesota Wild @mnwild / Wild.com

ST. PAUL -- The Wild hosts the Winnipeg Jets on Wednesday at Xcel Energy Center in Minnesota's second-to-last preseason game, and fans in the upper Midwest will be able to watch the 7 p.m. CT contest on Wild.com.

The matchup marks defenseman Ryan Suter's return to game action after rehabbing from a right ankle fracture suffered March 31. Minnesota coach Bruce Boudreau's lineup is expected to strongly resemble the opening-night roster Thursday, Oct. 4 at Colorado.

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With Evason on board, Wild coaching staff finding old chemistry

Current bench group worked together in Washington for parts of three seasons

by Dan Myers @DanMyers / Wild.com

ST. PAUL -- In hockey, chemistry is an often used cliche when judging how well a group of players functions together. 

How quickly players can find a chemistry can directly correlate to how long that group plays together and the kind of success it has.

But chemistry is no less important on a coaching staff, in fact, it's quite possibly more important.

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