So what does he bring? He's- get this- a mobile defenseman with a lot of speed, and from what I've been able to glean from scouting reports and the like, has solid positional defense.
Of course, if this was translating to production to the Nashville Predators, thus far, the Wild would not have been able to sign him. He's scored 22 (7-15) points in 91 games, which isn't terrible, but also not setting the world on fire. Perhaps the former top prospect Blum will be able to put it together and translate his AHL results in Minnesota. If that happens, the Wild got a pretty good player for a minimal investment. That's the kind of move that makes your entire organization better.
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