NICK SEELER AMONG THREE PLAYERS EXTEND QUALIFYING OFFERS BY MINNESOTA WILDJun 25, 2018
Minnesota Wild General Manager Paul Fenton today announced the National Hockey League (NHL) club has made qualifying offers to three players, including defenseman Nick Seeler.
Seeler spent most of his season with Iowa Wild, where he skated in 49 games, recording a career-high 12 points (2g, 10a). Seeler registered his first professional goal on January 7 against Cleveland. On February 11, Seeler was recalled to Minnesota, where he made his NHL debut against the New York Rangers on February 13. In 22 games, Seeler recorded two assists.
Seeler participated in five NHL playoff games, where he also recorded two assists, his first professional playoff points.
Also extended qualifying offers by Minnesota were Iowa Wild alumni forward Jason Zucker (2013-14) and defenseman Matt Dumba (2014-15).
Minnesota failed to extend qualifying offers to forward Adam Gilmour, defenseman Dylan Labbe and goaltenders Steve Michalek and Adam Vay.