The Minnesota Wild are struggling around the All-Star break again, and here are five reasons why they will not make the playoffs this season.
— NHL (@NHL) February 4, 2016
Alex Galchenyuk put the Montreal Canadiens ahead of the Buffalo Sabres with this epic goal midway through the second period on Wednesday night. I'm still trying to figure out how his momentum didn't render him incapable of completing the shot, and I bet the Sabres remain baffled as well.
The Minnesota Wild have claimed C Jarret Stoll off waivers from the New York Rangers, and the move could set up a lineup dominoe that looks good.
It's still fairly early in the season, but here are five players the Minnesota Wild should look to trade right now.
Ryan O'Reilly had a rough offseason after being traded from the Colorado Avalanche. He is making everyone forget it with how he is playing on the ice.
The Buffalo Sabres were thought to be winners of the offseason. Every analyst said they could be ready to make the jump this season. However, it isn't starting out that way.
The Buffalo Sabres used a major rebuild to put together a competitive team, just like the playoff-bound Chicago Cubs.
Devan Dubnyk was one of the best netminders in the NHL last year on his run with the Minnesota Wild. His ability to replicate that will determine the Minnesota Wild's future success.
The tanking days for the Buffalo Sabres are over as they made several moves to make their way back to the top.
The fact the Buffalo Sabres need to give up a third-round pick to the Pittsburgh Penguins for Dan Bylsma is the epitome of ludicrous.