The 2020 NHL Entry Draft is less than two weeks away. With a selection in the top 10 for the first time since selecting Matt Dumba No. 7 overall in 2012, the Minnesota Wild will be adding a tremendous talent to its prospect pool on Tuesday, October 6.
On Day 2 of the draft, Minnesota will have five more selections including a high second-round pick at No. 39 overall, hoping a first-round talent falls into their laps — similarly to how Arthur Kaliyev fell to the Los Angeles Kings last year.