The Minnesota Wild used the No. 7 pick in the NHL Draft to select Mathew Dumba, a defenseman from the Red Deer Rebels in the Western Hockey League. Dumba finished last season with 20 goals and 37 assists.
Severe storms possible next two nights in Minnesota
The better chance for severe weather is Friday night.
Standoff in St. Michael ends with suspect shot, airlifted
The two-day standoff ended at some point Wednesday evening.
Standoff in St. Michael continues late Wednesday afternoon
Communication with the suspect is "sporadic at best," according to Wright County Sheriff Sean Deringer.
Charges: Man baited trophy-sized bear with donuts, killed it
The man told authorities be bought a hunting license weeks later to cover the out-of-season killing.
Locally-crafted flowers to be sold at Spyhouse Coffee
The floral pop-up shop will benefit local charities.
Sun Country sorry for Vancouver to MSP flight debacle
The new route to the Canadian city was announced late last year.
Brooklyn Center to pay Daunte Wright's family $3.25 million
The settlement is the largest for a city outside of Minneapolis in Minnesota's history.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Wednesday, June 22
The latest from the state health department.
Eden Prairie 19-year-old killed in crash near Valleyfair
The crash happened just before midnight near Valleyfair.
Wild to pick seventh in NHL Draft
The Minnesota Wild will be picking seventh in June's NHL Draft. The Wild had a 4.7 percent chance of moving up in Monday night's draft lottery, but didn't. Notable NHL players selected seventh overall include Nashville defenseman Ryan Suter in 2003 and former Golden Gopher Kyle Okoposo, who was drafted by the Islanders in 2006.
Wild won't be drafting a goalie with the No. 7 pick in next week's NHL Draft
While the Minnesota Wild will be looking to fill team needs during next week's NHL Draft, goalie won't be one of the them. "Usually we don’t want to tip our hand, but we’re not drafting a goalie in the first round," GM Chuck Fletcher said. Instead, forward and defense will be the team's top priorities.
Wild takes Lou Nanne's grandson with team's final NHL draft pick
A surname familiar to Minnesota sports fans cropped up Saturday among the Wild's final six selections in the NHL draft. Louis Nanne, the grandson of former Minnesota North Stars great Lou Nanne, was taken as the Wild's last pick. Louis Nanne's father is Wild scout Marty Nanne.
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