Minnesota Wild Player News: Last 24 hours, All Positions

News: Dubnyk stopped all 15 shots he faced after replacing Alex Stalock in a 3-0 loss to Anaheim.
Impact: Dubnyk tagged in for Stalock after Minnesota's backup allowed three goals on eight shots in just over eight minutes of action. What started out as an evening of rest turned into 51 minutes of action for Dubnyk, whose record will remain untouched after Thursday's loss (charged to Stalock).
News: Stalock got pulled in Thursday's 3-0 loss to the Ducks after allowing three goals on only eight shots.
Impact: Stalock's night lasted all of eight minutes before he was replaced by Devan Dubnyk, who was meant to be receiving an extra day off before Stalock's struggles thrust him into action. With the loss, Stalock's record moves to 6-5-0 with a 2.92 GAA and .894 save percentage.
News: Rask was sent to Minnesota from Carolina in exchange for Nino Niederreiter on Thursday.
Impact: Rask is currently bogged down in a 22-game goal drought, so a change of scenery could help him jump start his season. The center has three more years left at a $4 million cap hit, which means the Wild will save $1.25 million annually compared to Niederreiter's deal.
News: Stalock will get the starting nod against the Ducks on Thursday, Sarah McLellan of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Impact: The Wild's schedule has prevented Devan Dubnyk from taking shots since Monday, so the team will utilize Stalock in both ends of the back-to-back. The young netminder made 31 of 33 saves in Wednesday's clash on his way to his sixth victory of the season. This will likely be the last start for the St. Paul native until after the All-Star break.