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After this week’s blockbuster move, the Wild now have two first-round picks in the 2022 NHL Draft
One day after becoming a Minnesota Gophers co-captain and seeing his NHL rights traded to the Minnesota Wild, Brock Faber talked about the whirlwind past 24 months and his bright on-ice future.
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The 25-year-old Fiala is fresh off the best season of his blossoming career in which he scored 33 goals, 52 assists, and 85 points.
Inaugural season will be launched on Sept. 24 in St. Louis Park

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He joins The Rink Live podcast and discusses his career, the state of the Catamounts, getting a foothold in recruiting in Minnesota and more with Jess Myers and Mick Hatten
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After finishing the regular season with 33 goals and 52 assists, Fiala did not score a goal in the playoffs.
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It sounds like Fleury would be open to coming back to Minnesota and Talbot is already under contract for next season.
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It’s pretty clear Dumba wasn’t at 100% for the opening-round series against the St. Louis Blues.
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After falling behind 3-2 in the series against the St. Louis Blues, the Wild turned to Talbot on the brink of elimination.
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Now the 2021-22 Minnesota Wild will be remembered similarly to many of their predecessors: a regular-season team that flamed out far too early in the postseason.

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Matt Dumba scored for the Wild and goaltender Cam Talbot, making his first start in place of Marc-Andre Fleury, made 22 saves.
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Like so many teams before them, the Wild once again bowed out in the first round
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With his team facing elimination, Wild coach Dean Evason expects to see a better team-wide effort in Game 6.

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