The Wild have signed Jonas Brodin to a seven-year, $42M extension ($6.0M AAV).
Brodin is entering the final year of a six-year deal that he signed in 2014. Starting in the 2021-22 season, Brodin's AAV will go up from $4.167M to $6.0M, tying him for the 26th highest-paid blueliner in the NHL. Brodin is a terrific defensive-defenseman but is also coming off of a career-high 28 points (2G / 26A) in 69 games.
Brodin (hand) will return to the Wild lineup on Tuesday.
Brodin has been sidelined since February 6th but will replace Mike Reilly, who was traded to Montreal on Monday. Brodin has played on the power-play this season, but won’t return on the PP tonight. Brodin has five goals, 10 assists and a plus-19 rating in 53 games this season.
Brodin (hand) returned to practice on Sunday; could return to the Wild lineup this week.
Brodin underwent successful surgery on his left hand on Wednesday; will miss 3-4 weeks.
Source: @mnwild 02/7/18, 6:34 pm EST
Brodin left Tuesday’s game with an upper-body injury and did not return.
Brodin left midway through the second period following a collision with Vladimir Sobotka in Tuesday’s win over the Blues. Head coach Bruce Boudreau said that he expects to learn the severity of Brodin’s injury on Wednesday, so expect to get some form of timetable on his return later today.
Brodin (finger) will be back in the Wild lineup on Saturday.
The Wild have placed Jonas Brodin (finger) on IR.
Brodin is still on-pace to return to the Wild lineup later this week, but he was moved to IR this morning so the Wild could call-up Alex Tuch and Zack Mitchell from Iowa (AHL). Tyler Graovac is on waivers today, so when he’s sent down that will open a roster spot and when Brodin is ready to go then Gustav Olofsson will be sent down so Brodin can be activated.
Brodin (finger) is expected to miss another 7-10 days.
Brodin has been out since January 17th because of a fractured finger, but he’s only expected to be sidelined for another week. Monitor his status leading into next Tuesday’s game vs. the Ducks.
Brodin will miss at least four weeks with a fractured finger.
Brodin fractured his finger on Tuesday and after being evaluated it was determined that the Wild blueliner will miss at least one month. With Brodin out, Nate Prosser will draw into the lineup on Thursday.
Brodin broke his finger on Tuesday; expected to miss at least two weeks.
Brodin will see a hand specialist on Wednesday and will miss a number of weeks, but they will determine whether it will be 2-3 weeks or four-plus weeks. Brodin’s absence leaves the Wild to replace nearly 20 minutes on the back-end; Nate Prosser will likely draw into the lineup on Thursday.
Brodin (foot) has been activated from IR but will not play on Tuesday.
Brodin will miss 3-6 weeks with a broken foot.
Source: Chad Graff 02/6/16, 7:22 am EST
Brodin (upper-body) is expected to return to the Wild’s lineup on Friday.
Brodin is taking line rushes with Ryan Suter in the morning skate which would suggest that he will play tonight. Monitor his status after the skate wraps up.
Brodin (upper-body) will not play on Wednesday; expected to be back on Friday.
Brodin will miss his second straight game with an upper-body injury, but look for him to be back on Friday vs. the Maple Leafs. Monitor his status during Friday’s morning skate.
Brodin (upper-body) will not play Monday; could be back on Wednesday.
Brodin will not play tonight after being injured in Saturday’s game. However, he says he is feeling much better and that Wednesday vs. the Blue Jackets is a possibility.
Source: @mnwild 12/29/14, 8:04 am EST
Brodin is out indefinitely with an upper-body injury.
Brodin suffered an upper-body injury in Saturday’s game and did not return. After the game coach Mike Yeo said he is out indefinitely, so he will obviously not be in the lineup on Monday vs. the Jets.
Brodin (illness) will return to the Wild lineup on Friday.
Brodin missed the last seven games with a case of mumps. He said he was dealing with a fever, exhaustion and swollen glands, but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. Dallas. Brodin has two assists and a plus-6 rating in 12 games this season.
Brodin (illness) could be back on Friday.
Brodin has missed the Wild’s last seven games with an illness, but head coach Mike Yeo is hopeful that Brodin will return Friday vs. the Stars.
Source: @mnwild 11/26/14, 5:36 am EST
Brodin (illness) will not travel to Philadelphia.
Brodin will miss his fourth straight game on Thursday. He is eligible to come off of IR tomorrow, but he is not quite ready to return to the lineup. Philly is the start of a three-game road trip, he could join the team in Tampa Bay for Saturday’s game.
Source: @mnwild 11/19/14, 8:18 am EST
Brodin (undisclosed) could return to the lineup on Saturday.
Brodin missed the last two games with general body soreness and what is believed to be a hand related injury. With Jared Spurgeon out, it would be key for the Wild to get Brodin back vs. the Stars.