The Wild have re-signed Nick Seeler to a three-year deal worth $2.175M ($725K AAV).
Seeler was a fifth-round pick (No.131 overall) in 2011 and made it to the NHL last season. After three years in the NCAA and a year and a half in the AHL, Seeler picked up four assists in 22 games with the Wild last year. The 25-year-old is expected to be on the Wild’s third pairing to start the 2019 season.
Seeler is expected to be back in the Wild’s lineup on Monday.
Seeler was a healthy scratch in Arizona on Saturday but is expected to draw back in tonight vs. the Kings. Seeler has just two assists with a plus-6 and 11 PIMS in 13 games with the Wild this season.
Seeler (biceps) will return to the Wild lineup on Tuesday.
Seeler has missed the last three games with a biceps injury, but will replace Gustav Olofsson tonight vs. the Avalanche. The 6-foot-2, 200 lbs. defenseman has picked up two assists in 11 games since being recalled from Iowa (AHL).
Seeler is day-to-day with an undisclosed injury and will not play Tuesday.
Seeler missed Monday’s practice with some “soreness” and he will miss Tuesday’s game vs. the Hurricanes as well. The rookie defenseman has two assists in 11 games with the Wild since being recalled and all be replaced by Gustav Olofsson tonight.
Seeler is expected to make his NHL debut vs. the Rangers on Tuesday.
Seeler has 12 points (2G/10A) in 49 games with Iowa (AHL) this season. The Wild have not announced who will draw out of the lineup in favour of Seeler.