Monday, March 21st the Minnesota Wild take on the Las Vegas Golden Knights and the evening surrounding the hockey game will be spent celebrating agriculture appreciation which will include a special ticket package that a portion of the purchase price will go towards the Future Farmers of America.
The left-winger, who in his debut looked very comfortable, got his first goal as a professional hockey player at the 7:29 mark of the second period last night, and his family and friends celebrating the goal will give you all the feels.
Minnesota Wild forward Kirill Kaprizov has won the Calder Trophy given to the top rookie in the National Hockey League. Kaprizov becomes the first player in Wild franchise history to win this award. The 24-year old had 51 points which includes 27 goals in the 2021 season.