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Wild To Name Paul Fenton General Manager

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The Minnesota Wild are set to name their brand new general manager and it will be Nashville Predators assistant general manager Paul Fenton, according to The Athletic’s Michael Russo.

Fenton will become only the 3rd general manager in franchise history after ending his tenure with the Predators, who he has been with for 18 years, serving as the team’s assistant general manager for the past decade.

Fenton will take over for Chuck Fletcher who the team decided not to re-sign earlier this season.

 

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WIld’s Zach Parise Feeling 100 Percent After Injury

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Minnesota Wild forward Zach Parise is finally feeling 100% following a sternum injury he suffered during the Stanley Cup playoffs.

Parise, 33, underwent back surgery last October, which caused him to miss 40 games, and is expected to be ready for the start of next season following the fractured sternum he suffered.

“I don’t anticipate that being a problem,” Parise said Saturday, confirming that he feels 100 percent, according to Dane Mizutani of the St. Paul Pioneer Press. “It feels good.”

Parise says he’s been skating for “a while” and is encouraged by his play down the stretch of last season.

“It was nice to feel normal again on the ice. That was the biggest thing for me. … That was relieving,” Parise said. “I’m looking forward to doing that again next season.”

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Wild Re-Sign Nick Seeler

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The Minnesota Wild have re-signed defenseman Nick Seeler, who has signed a three-year, $2.175M contract extension, according to a team announcement.

According to The Athletic’s Michael Russo, Seeler’s salary increases after year one from $675K to $750K for an AAV of $725K.

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Wild Expected To Sign Greg Pateryn

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The Minnesota Wild are expected to sign sign defenseman Greg Pateryn, according to a report from Larry Brooks of the New York Post .

Pateryn is coming off a career year with the Dallas Stars which saw the 28-year old set career highs in games played (73), points (13), and ATOI (19:37).

Pateryn was second on the Stars in blocked shots with 155 which is a career best as well.

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