The Minnesota Wild continue to put the finishing touches on their NHL Draft Board. The NHL Entry Draft is Sunday in Newark, New Jersey. Minnesota currently does not hold a first-round pick, having traded the slot to Buffalo in exchange for Jason Pominville last season. The first scheduled pick for the Wild is No. 46 overall, which is a second-round selection. Minnesota assistant general manager Brent Flahr [[ FLARE ]] says he has no doubts there will be trades made throughout the early stages of the draft, but wouldn’t say whether he thinks the Wild will be one of the teams involved in any of the trade activity.
Wild Road Trip
Several Wild players and dignitaries are wrapping up a four-day road trip across Minnesota and the Upper Midwest with a big event tonight in Roseville. The “Wild Road Tour” visited 18 towns and cities over the past two days.