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Your daily dose of Wild news, along with other interesting stories from around the NHL.
- Top Minnesota Wild prospect Jesper Wallstedt is heading back overseas and playing for Team Sweden at this year's IIHF World Championship and is the only member of the Wild organization that will be officially playing in the tournament. It all starts on May 12 in Finland.
- It's hard to say goodbye to someone that you have gotten to know for over a decade. Matt Dumba's time in Minnesota appears to be done, so how do you say goodbye? [Hockey Wilderness]
- Wild made a transaction yesterday! The announced the re-signing of Marcus Johansson to a two-year, $4-million contract. [Hockey Wilderness]
- Wild general manager Bill Guerin spoke on Tuesday about how the season was not a failure, despite losing in the first round. Also, he's up for the challenge of trying to make this team better. [StarTribune]
Off the trail...
- Conn Smythe Watch: Who is leading the race to earn the title of playoff MVP? [ESPN]
- Is the window for this current era of the Boston Bruins to win another Stanley Cup completely over? [CBS Sports]
- Matthew Tkachuk scored three points as the Florida Panthers took Game 1 over the Toronto Maple Leafs on the road. Incredible. [Sportsnet]
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