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Wild 2021-22 Player Report Card: Ryan Hartman

It’s time for the third member of the top line to receive his final report card of the season. He’s the center no one expected to fit in on that line but did and had a spectacular season. That player was Ryan Hartman, as he impressed many people with his goal scoring and speed. He played in all 82 games for the Minnesota Wild and put up 34 goals and 31 assists for 65 points.
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Wild's Ryan Hartman: Headed to World Championship

Hartman will join Team USA at the IIHF World Championship. Hartman will be joined in Finland by teammates Matthew Boldy and Jon Merrill after the Wild were bounced in six games by St. Louis in Round 1. Team USA is 1-0 after beating Latvia on Friday and has six more games scheduled during round-robin play, allowing Hartman to represent his country for the first time since 2013-14 at the World Juniors.
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Wild's Ryan Hartman: Dishes two assists

Hartman notched two assists, two shots on goal, three blocked shots and a plus-2 rating in Friday's 5-1 win over the Blues in game 3. Hartman set up Kirill Kaprizov at 2:18 of the first period and Jonas Brodin on an empty-netter in the third. This was Hartman's second straight two-assist game. The 27-year-old continues to find success in a top-line role in the playoffs after posting 34 goals and 31 helpers in 82 regular-season contests.
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Wild, Ryan Hartman Deliver $30K Check From Fans To Children’s Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — An obscene gesture by a Minnesota Wild player grew into a generous one. Nordy, the Wild mascot, delivered a $30,000 check from forward Ryan Hartman to Children’s Minnesota on Wednesday. (credit: CBS) Fans started donating money to Hartman to pay his $4,250 fine for flipping off Evander Kane during a game earlier this month. Hartman later apologized for flipping the bird, paid the fine himself and gave all of the donations — and then some — to the hospital. “I have to say for Ryan to pivot in this way and make it about the kids who are on some of the toughest health journeys really gave us goosebumps,” Children’s Minnesota President Jenny Soderholm said. “But then to see how the fans got behind it and rallied with him to support Children’s Minnesota’s patients and families, you can’t even imagine something this special happening.” Fans donated an additional $9,000 directly to Children’s Minnesota. The hospital plans to use the money for its urgent needs fund to cover things like birthday parties or transportation for kids and their families.
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Wild's Ryan Hartman: Scores in victory

Hartman scored a goal on four shots in Friday's 6-3 win over Seattle. Hartman finished a give-and-go from Kirill Kaprizov to give the Wild a 4-2 lead in the second period. The 27-year-old has three points in his last two contests as he continues to produce in a breakout season. Hartman is now up to 62 points (33 goals and 29 assists).
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Ryan Hartman Making an Impact with Minnesota Wild and Community

Minnesota Wild forward Ryan Hartman’s nationally televised finger to Evander Kane led to him being fined by the NHL but won him the hearts of a lot fans from around the league. Donations started pouring in to help cover the costs and rapidly grew once Hartman announced the money was being donated to a local children’s hospital. An impressive $30,500 was collected.
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Minnesota Wild's Ryan Hartman routing donations for unsportsmanlike conduct fine to children's hospital

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Enjoying the best season of his NHL career, Ryan Hartman sure has plenty of support in Minnesota. The Wild center was fined $4,250 by the league for unsportsmanlike conduct in the game Tuesday night against Edmonton, stemming from a fight with Oilers left wing Evander Kane. After the scrap was over and the two were separated, Hartman made a profane gesture with his middle finger toward Kane as they continued to yell at each other on their way off the ice.
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Wild's Ryan Hartman routes donations for fine to children's fund

Enjoying the best season of his NHL career, Ryan Hartman sure has plenty of support in Minnesota. The Wild center was fined $4,250 by the league for unsportsmanlike conduct in the game on Tuesday against Edmonton, stemming from a fight with Oilers left wing Evander Kane. After the scrap was over and the two were separated, Hartman made a profane gesture with his middle finger toward Kane as they continued to yell at each other on their way off the ice.
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Wild's Ryan Hartman: Dream season continues

Hartman scored two goals and added an assist in a 6-5 overtime loss to St. Louis. Hartman got the Wild's first two goals and his second -- a centering pass that deflected over goalie Ville Husso and went in off a St. Louis defender -- opened the flood gates for a Minnesota-dominate third period. They ultimately roared back from a 4-1 deficit to force OT. Hartman's dream season just keeps floating along. He has 31 goals and 59 points in 74 games, and 85 PIM to go along with that offense. The 27-year-old's previous career-best was 31 points, which he delivered twice in his career.
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