While the Anas signing is a departure from the path the Wild have been on, the intent of it is clear. The Wild need more offense and want to take a look at a player who scored 132 points over a 121 game NCAA career. The total includes 69 goals scored with 63 assists. Anas also spent two years in the USHL, posting 97 points over 118 games at age 18 and 19. He was named the Eastern College Athletic Conference Rookie of the Year in 2014 after scoring 43 points with 22 goals. He went on to lead Quinnipiac in scoring for all three years he was a member and served as an alternate captain in 2015-16.
Here's a quick look at one of his goals from a couple weeks ago:
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