On Saturday night, the Minnesota Wild announced that they have agreed with Bruce Boudreau to be the next head coach of the Minnesota Wild.
Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet says the deal is a four-year deal worth just under $3 million per season.
The Wild are expected to hold a press conference on Tuesday to introduce Boudreau according to the Star Tribune.
Boudreau was fired by Anaheim on April 30th after coaching the Ducks for the past 5 seasons. Boudreau owns a .659 winning percentage in his head coaching career.
He was the fastest coach in NHL history to reach 400 wins. In his ten season as head coach, Boudreau has won eight division titles with Anaheim and Washington.