Minnesota Wild Players That Make Great Fantasy Hockey Steals

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Apr 20, 2015; Saint Paul, MN, USA; Minnesota Wild forward Zach Parise (11) celebrates his goal with teammates during the second period in game three of the first round of the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs against the St. Louis Blues at Xcel Energy Center. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

Every fan knows that there are ways to enhance the hockey experience.  For a lot of hockey fans, playing armchair GM in a fantasy league is a good way to keep their interest strong throughout an 82-game season.  It can also be a good way for new fans to get to know players, and have a stake in whatever game they may be watching.

Whether you’re playing for money or bragging rights, it’s good to have more information when making your selections. Maybe reading this article could help you move from second to first place. Or maybe it can push you from last to second last (which may not be good, if you’re losing the first-overall pick next season).

With about a month until the preseason kicks off, it’s time to take a gander at some buy-low candidates from the Minnesota Wild that could help you win your fantasy hockey league. Anyone can grab a Sidney Crosby first in their pool, but getting great value out of your sleepers is what can win you the league.

Here are some options for you fantasy hockey players that will provide value to your team, but not break your budget.

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