Minnesota Wild left wing Zach Parise says he has an opportunity to play for a team in Switzerland, and that he will decide soon if progress is not made in lockout negotiations.
Minnesota Wild defenseman Jared Spurgeon will play in Switzerland this year while the NHL lockout gets straightened out.
Top prospects for the Minnesota Wild will participate in a scrimmage at the Xcel Energy Center during the NHL lockout.
An ankle injury will force Niklas Backstrom to stay and practice stateside rather than play in Belarus during the NHL lockout.
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Minnesota Wild goalie Niklas Backstrom planned to play hockey in Belarus until the NHL lockout is resolved, but an injury has forced him to stay in the states for the time being.
The NHL and NHLPA don't seem to be talking about any lockout negotiations. Consequently, we're forced to imagine what league commissioner Gary Bettman and player's association head Don Fehr are up to.
The NHL cancelled preseason games through Sept. 30 on Wednesday, forcing the Minnesota Wild to erase four games from their preseason slate.
Wild goalie Niklas Backstrom will be playing hockey in Belarus until the NHL lockout is resolved.
Despite the ongoing NHL lockout several Minnesota Wild players and other NHLers met up to skate and practice together
The Minnesota Wild have agreed to pay their season ticket holders 10 percent interest on the value of their tickets during the NHL lockout.
Minnesota Wild publish letter to fans after lockout becomes official.
The Quebec Labor Board ruled on Friday night that it will hold a full hearing to determine the legality of an NHL lockout.
The NHL lockout could last all season if an agreement isn't negotiated by Thanksgiving.
The Minnesota Wild will likely make a number of moves this week to prepare for the NHL lockout.
The start of the Wild's training camp looks like it might be delayed, but that hasn't stopped several players from arriving early.
Four players from the Minnesota Wild and majority owner Craig Leipold will be at a labor meeting to discuss a potential collective bargaining agreement on Sunday.
Minnesota Wild center Zenon Konopka says that the NHLPA and NHL are still trying to find "some common ground."