That leaves the Wild with only three defensemen under contract.
That's five straight wins for the Wild.
The 23-year-old scored the winning goal on a power play in overtime.
The shock decision was announced Friday morning.
Marcus Foligno let the fists fly.
Down on the Wild? Minnesota boasts two No. 1 teams.
The rules for Wild games now apply for all events at the arena.
Minnesota didn't trade up or down. They stayed at No. 12.
The ex-Gopher could reportedly be headed back to Minnesota.
Minnesota finished with a final record of 37-36-9.
The NHL draft lottery will be held next Tuesday.
Sunday's loss to Arizona was a backbreaker for the Wild.
Friday's win over Vegas was big, but Minnesota will need help.
The Wild is our last hope for the 2018-19 sports season.
The season might be over in 10 days.
Minnesota will be scoreboard watching until they play again on Friday.
With six games to go, the pressure is mounting.
Arizona and Colorado are both in action Saturday afternoon.