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Devin Wieser

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About Devin Wieser

  • Birthday 12/13/2001

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    Minnesota
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    Bricelyn
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    Wild
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    Golden Knights

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  1. He better not think of consulting Suter for everything.
  2. Imagine if that happens in Seattle when they get their team.
  3. Vegas has had the best inaugural season for any team in the league....I am surprised....They just keep surprising everyone.
  4. Guys like Mike Yeo
  5. I heard the trucker was mentally ill.
  6. The hockey community when everyone stands together.......its priceless. Wish we had more moments like that more often.....Sorry to the team and the parents of the hockey palyers.
  7. Jets lose.....I am a Wild fan so I hope the Wild win.....glad the Hawks didn't make the playoffs this year.
  8. The Twin Cities chapter of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association (PHWA) today announced the nomination of Minnesota Wild center Matt Cullen for the National Hockey League's (NHL) Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy. The trophy is presented annually to the player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey. Cullen, 41 (11/2/76), has recorded 21 points (10-11=21) and won 333-of-661 faceoffs (50.4%) in 73 games this season as the oldest player in the NHL. The Virginia, Minn., native reached the double-digit goal mark for the 16th time in his 20 NHL seasons in 2017-18. The three-time Stanley Cup Champion has skated alongside players who were born after his NHL career began, including the debut this season of his Wild teammate Luke Kunin, who was born 37 days after Cullen's first game in the League in 1997. Cullen celebrated his 41st birthday on Nov. 2 by becoming the oldest U.S.-born player to register a goal and assist in the same game. He became the 38th player in NHL history to skate in 1,400 career games on Dec. 22 - the fourth American and fourth active player to hit the mark. The 6-foot-1, 202-pound center also posted his 700th career NHL point on Jan. 20, becoming the 233rd player in NHL history (24th active) to reach the milestone. Cullen owns 710 points (258-452=710) in 1,439 career NHL games with Anaheim, Florida, Carolina, the New York Rangers, Ottawa, Minnesota, Nashville and Pittsburgh. He ranks third amongst active NHL players in games played and has won more than 50 percent of faceoffs taken in every season since 2003-04. He has also registered 56 points (18-38=56) in 123 career Stanley Cup Playoff games and won the Stanley Cup three times: in 2006 with Carolina and in 2016 and 2017 with Pittsburgh. The former Moorhead Spud and St. Cloud State Husky ranks second all-time among Minnesota-born players in NHL games played, fourth in assists and points, and fifth in goals. Cullen signed as a free agent with Minnesota on Aug. 16, 2017, and was originally selected by Anaheim in the second round (35th overall) of the 1996 NHL Entry Draft. Matt, his wife Bridget, and their family have played a major role in community initiatives, including the creation of the Cullen Children's Foundation. Since its inception in 2005, the Cullen Children's Foundation has donated more than $3 million to organizations that support children's healthcare needs, with an emphasis on children battling cancer. The Cullen Children's Foundation has increased the quality of life for thousands of children who are dealing with life-threatening diseases, and their families. The winner of the Masterton Trophy is selected by a poll among the 31 chapters of the PHWA at the end of the regular season. NHL writers first presented the trophy in 1968 to commemorate the late Bill Masterton, who played for the Minnesota North Stars and exhibited to a high degree the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey. Masterton died on Jan. 15, 1968 as a result of head injuries suffered during a game. [Hidden Content]
  9. That is really surprising......I didn't expect it would go that good.
  10. Feel bad for the family....Prayers to the Staals, even though two of the players are not playing for Minnesota.
  11. I have been following hockey since 2015. That is up to the owners of the teams.
  12. [Hidden Content] Seattle will begin a season ticket drive in its effort to become an NHL expansion team. "Starting on March 1 at 10 a.m., you will be able to make your deposit for season tickets," Mayor Jenny Durkan wrote on Twitter on Tuesday. The ownership group applied to the NHL for an expansion team on Feb. 13. "The timetable in terms of filing an expansion application, doing a season ticket drive, is largely up to them," NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said Jan. 27. "We can respond to the extent that we're getting the information on a timely basis, whatever that timetable is, so we can go through the processes that we have to." The group, led by Jerry Bruckheimer, a Hollywood producer, and David Bonderman, a private equity CEO, was authorized Dec. 7 to file an application for expansion by the NHL Board of Governors. It paid a $10 million application fee, Sportsnet reported. "OVG has submitted to the NHL the formal application papers required to pursue an expansion franchise for Seattle," group CEO Tim Leiweke said in a statement this month, according to USA Today. "We are excited for the next steps in the process and our continued partnership with the City of Seattle." The cost of the team would be $650 million, and Commissioner Bettman said during 2018 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend last month that the NHL is looking at only Seattle for possible expansion. The earliest the team could begin playing is the 2020-21 NHL season, when it is expected renovations of KeyArena would be complete. Las Vegas started its season ticket drive Feb. 10, 2015. It was awarded an NHL team June 22, 2016 at a cost of $500 million, and the Vegas Golden Knights are playing their inaugural season. Seattle Kraken would be a great name for an NHL team in Seattle.

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