For the Wild, fulfilling their longstanding Stanley Cup goal is priceless.
The Arizona Coyotes traded Martin Hanzal to the Minnesota Wild, Arizona Sports' Craig Morgan reported Sunday. Under first-year head coach Bruce Boudreau, the Wild must feel it's an appropriate time to take a swing for the fences.
"Minnesota clearly stepped up", Chayka said. White has seven goals and six helpers in 46 contests.
An unrestricted free agent this summer, Hanzal could prompt the Wild to re-sign him if he performs well down the stretch and could be signed at an affordable rate.
"Standing at 6'6", Hanzal is a big two-way center, and is instantly the biggest skater on the Wild.
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The San Jose Sharks and Los Angeles Kings are among the teams that have expressed some level of interest in Doan in the past, and both could explore the possibility again before Wednesday's 3pm ET trade deadline. He's a guy that can contribute offensively. "We thought he was the top rental forward on the market".
Hanzal has consistently been a second- or third-line center for the Coyotes since making his debut in 2007-08, scoring 117 goals and tallying 196 assists in 608 career games. Chayka said that was an expression of frustration from the veteran winger who could also be dealt to a contender. Further, Bob from Hashtag Hockey called him Euro Kelso, but our own Tony Abbott thinks shortening it to Kelso would be more appealing.
Hanzal has several years left, but the Coyotes chose to move on by giving him a chance to win this year.
The move signals an aggressive approach from the Wild, who lead the Central Division and Western Conference by three points over the Chicago Blackhawks. "The focus was just on improving our depth".