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Minnesota Wild Trade Forward Kevin Fiala

The Minnesota Wild have completed a trade sending forward Kevin Fiala to the Los Angeles Kings. The return that the Wild received includes 2020 NHL Entry Draft second-rounder Brock Faber and the 19th overall pick in the upcoming 2022 NHL Draft. Forward Kevin Fiala Traded. Fiala was mentioned in NHL...
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LA Kings get Kevin Fiala in trade with Minnesota Wild

LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Kings acquired high-scoring forward Kevin Fiala from the Minnesota Wild on Wednesday in exchange for their first-round pick in the upcoming draft and prospect Brock Faber. Fiala is a restricted free agent, but the Kings are expected to sign the Swiss star to a long-term contract extension. Fiala was one of the most attractive potential acquisitions in the NHL this summer after putting up career highs of 33 goals and 52 assists for the Wild last season. The left wing seems to be a perfect fit on the top line for the Kings, who...

Wild trade Kevin Fiala to Kings for first-round pick, prospect

Fiala is a restricted free agent in 2022-23 and must still agree to a contract extension with the Kings for next season. The 25-year-old had a breakout year this season, finishing with career highs in goals (33), assists (52) and points (85), playing in all 82 regular-season games. Fiala posted three assists in the Wild's first-round playoff loss to the St. Louis Blues.

Minnesota Wild Welcome New Team Dog Broosky – Say Goodbye To Kevin Fiala

Isn't he adorable? Meet Brooksy. He's the newest team dog of our Minnesota Wild through the NHL Adopt-A-Dog program. Broosky is a 5-month-old Labrador Retriever who will soon have a very important job. He is going to be training over the next year or so, to be a service dog for an honorably discharged service veteran, firefighter, or police officer who is suffering from PTSD, otherwise known as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, through Soldier 6, a Minnesota based non-profit group that trains dogs to be service canines.

Zulgad: Part of the plan: Wild GM continues to stockpile picks, prospects in dealing Kevin Fiala

As Kevin Fiala put together a ridiculous late-season stretch in which he scored 10 goals and 24 points in a 12-game span, the feeling grew that Wild general manager Bill Guerin was going to have to find a way to keep the talented winger. Fiala had gambled on himself by signing a one-year, $5.1 million deal as a restricted free agent last summer and it was paying off. He finished the season with a career-high 33 goals and 85 points in 82 games.

NHL Trade: Kevin Fiala traded to the LA Kings

NHL trade rumors floated around at the NHL trade deadline that the Minnesota Wild were interested in trading Kevin Fiala but nothing materialized. The Wild had two options, sign Fiala and trade Matt Dumba or keep Dumba and trade Fiala. GM Bill Guerin had publicly stated he had no intention of trading Dumba so that left Fiala as the odd man out.