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Topic - Craig Leipold
Craig Leipold never thought one of the biggest bonanzas in NHL history was even possible when the Wild owner stepped into the negotiating room with general manager Chuck Fletcher and the agents for forward Zach Parise.
Minnesota Wild owner Craig Leipold says he is disappointed his team missed the playoffs for a third straight season.
He says it's important to get back in the playoffs for business purposes as well as to restore the faith of the team's fans in the process of building a Stanley Cup contender.
In an interview with The Associated Press, Leipold said the organization lost money this year by not advancing to the postseason.