After working a quarter-century in the NHL, including two decades in management, Paul Fenton finally has the opportunity to run a team.
The new general manager of the Minnesota Wild has been tasked with retooling a roster that has produced a consistent regular season winner but, more importantly, scant success in the playoffs.
"I'm confident we have a very good team in Minnesota and believe Paul shares that same belief. The goal remains to bring a Stanley Cup to the state of hockey," owner Craig Leipold said. "No pressure, Paul, but that is where it starts."
The 58-year-old Fenton was introduced on Tuesday at Xcel Energy Center, where the Wild...