F - MIN
Kirill Kaprizov scored his 19th goal of the season, passing Marian Gaborik (2000-01) for the most goals in a season by a Wild rookie. Along with his goal, he also finished the game with four shots and four hits in 16:05 minutes of ice time.
The leading candidate for the Calder Trophy for the league's outstanding rookie now has 19 goals and 19 assists in 45 games played. He has scored a goal in each of his last three games.
Kirill Kaprizov scored three goals during Minnesota's 4-0 win versus Arizona. It was his first NHL hat trick. He fired eight shots on net and finished the game with a plus-four rating in 18:12 minutes of ice time.
The rookie continues to gain confidence every time he steps on the ice and now has 10 goals and 13 assists in 25 games played. Kaprizov has been more aggressive the last two games with 12 shots resulting in four goals during that span.
Kirill Kaprizov had two assists helping the Wild to a 5-1 win versus Anaheim. He didn't record any shots on goal during his 16:45 minutes of ice time but did finish the game with a plus-one rating.
This season Kaprizov has scored three goals and has eight assists in 11 games played. He has the skills to be a high-caliber point producer but this season has looked to pass rather than score himself. This season he has just 24 shots in 11 games played.
Kirill Kaprizov scored a power-play goal in the second period which turned out to be the only tally for Minnesota during a 2-1 loss to Colorado. He finished the game with a minus-one rating and two shots in 20:35 minutes of ice time.
The goal was the third of the season for Kaprizov to go along with six assists in 11 games played. The power-play goal was nice to see considering it was just the third goal this season for the Wild with the man-advantage. Kaprizov is a stud keep plugging him in your lineup.
Kirill Kaprizov had an assist during the Wild's 5-3 loss to San Jose. He had two shots on goal and led all Minnesota forwards with 19:36 minutes of ice time.
The point brought Kaprizov into a tie with New Jersey Devils defenseman Ty Smith for the rookie lead in assists with five and points with six. He is also the only Wild rookie in franchise history to record points in his first six NHL games.