It looks as if Minnesota Wild fans will not have to wait much longer to see the signing of 20 year old Finnish forward Mikael Granlund. Now that the IIHF World Championships have ended, the ninth overall pick in the 2010 draft has no obstacles keeping him from signing with the Wild, and indications from both sides are good that he will do so. However, Minnesota must get Granlund to pen his name by June 1st, or they will lose rights to him and he will be re-entered into the NHL draft. According to the Star...
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