Minnesota Wild

Welcome to the Minnesota Wild Stats page.  The stats pages on thehockeyfanatic.com are meant to list what we as hockey fans associate with each particular team.  Our stats pages will include our version of the all-time Minnesota Wild team as well as obscure stats about the team.  Notes stats are as of the start of the 2011-12 season (unless otherwise indicated).

Did You Know? Scott Pellerin was Minnesota’s leading scorer in their first season in the NHL.  Pellerin had 11 goals and 28 assists for 39 points in 58 games that season.  Not exactly earth-shattering stats.  The Wild have been known for their defensive style of play and have never had a player score more than 85 points in a season (Marian Gaborik had 83 in 2007-08).

Minnesota Wild StatisticsMinnesota Wild Statistics

Debut Season:  2000-2001
# of Stanley Cups: None
Longest Playoff Streak: 2 years (2007-2008)
Most Wins in a Season: 48 – 2006-07
# of captains in team history: 22
# of coaches in team history: 3
Most Coaching Wins: Jacques Lemaire 293
Most Goals in a Season: 235 – 2006-07
Most Points All Time: Marian Gaborik 437
Toughest Minnesota Wild player of all-time (penalty minutes): Matt Johnson
# of retired jerseys: None
Most Games Played:  Nick  Schultz 700 and counting
Most Goalie Wins: Niklas Backstrom – 161 and counting
Most Popular Player of All-Time:  Marian Gaborik

Minnesota Wild All-Time Team

Coach:  Jacques Lemaire

Goalie:  Nicklas Backstrom

Defenseman: Brent Burns

Defenseman:  Nick Schultz

Left-wing:  Andrew Burnette

Center:  Mikko Koivu

Right-wing:  Marian Gaborik

Enforcer:  Derek Boogaard

Top 25 All-Time Most Popular Minnesota Wild Players

  1. Marian Gaborik
  2. Andrew Burnette
  3. Mikko Koivu
  4. Brent Burns
  5. Derek Boogaard
  6. Nicklas Backstrom
  7. Wes Walz
  8. Pierre-Marc Bouchard
  9. Brian Rolston
  10. Nick Schultz
  11. Manny Fernandez
  12. Willie Mitchell
  13. Marek Zidlicky
  14. Dwayne Roloson
  15. Pascal Dupuis
  16. Filip Kuba
  17. Matt Johnson
  18. Pavol Demitra
  19. Jim Dowd
  20. Alexandre Daigle
  21. Martin Skoula
  22. Cal Clutterbuck
  23. Stephane Veilleux
  24. Sergei Zholtok
  25. Josh Harding



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