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Topic - Craig Leipold
Ted Leonsis denied the idea that he was a "hardliner" during collective bargaining negotiations and said the NHL lockout was worth it for the changes that came from it.
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.
It may be weeks before authorities know exactly how and why New York Rangers enforcer Derek Boogaard died, although foul play was not immediately suspected.
Minnesota Wild owner Craig Leipold says he is disappointed his team missed the playoffs for a third straight season.
The Minnesota Wild are back in the market for a new coach.
"It is starting to sink in," Leipold said. "To get two players of the caliber that we did with Zach and Ryan is just one of those things that when you start this mission to make the team better, you have holes on the team you want to fill. Your dream is to be able to fill those with players of that caliber. But we never thought we could get both of them."
"We didn't think we were going to get either one," he said. "We heard Detroit was hot on Suter. All we know is what we're reading. We were hearing we were up against Pittsburgh, Chicago, teams that have won in the last three or four years. These aren't just your normal run-of-the-mill teams. They're winning right now."