Wild offseason at a glance: Who’s staying? Who’s going?

Wild general manager Bill Guerin noted at his end-of-the-season press conference that the current roster likely won’t have much turnover heading into next season.

Though the Wild seem destined to lose a good player due to their financial constraints, most of the current roster is under contract.

In total, the Wild have roughly $8 million in cap space heading this offseason.

Here’s an alphabetical breakdown of the players under contract, as well as pending restricted free agents and pending unrestricted free agents:


Matt Boldy (Winger)

Contract: $880,000 for 2022-23 season

Analysis: After emerging as a dynamic player this season, Boldy will be expected to carry more weight on his shoulders next season. Look for him to take a big step.

Jonas Brodin (Defenseman)

Contract: $6 million for 2022-23 season

Analysis: Perhaps the most underrated defenseman in the league, Brodin gives the Wild a star on the backend that can play with pretty much anyone.

Brandon Duhaime (Winger)

Contract: $750,000 for 2022-23 season

Analysis: While his numbers certainly didn’t jump off the page, Duhaime filled his role admirably. He seems to have some untapped potential in his game, too.

Matt Dumba (Defenseman)

Contract: $6 million for 2022-23 season

Analysis: Though he seems to be at the epicenter of trade rumors every offseason, Dumba has developed into a very good player on the ice. He’s also a heartbeat of the locker room.

Joel Eriksson Ek (Center)

Contract: $5.25 million for…

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