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2003–04 Minnesota Wild · NHL
Division 4th Northwest
Conference 10th Western
2003–04 record 30–29–20–3
Goals for 188
Goals against 183
General Manager Doug Risebrough
Coach Jacques Lemaire
Captain Rotating
Brad Brown (Oct)
Andrew Brunette (Nov)
Richard Park (Dec)
Brad Bombardir (Jan)
Jim Dowd (Feb)
Andrew Brunette (Mar-Apr)
Team leaders
Goals Alexandre Daigle (20)
Assists Andrew Brunette (34)
Points Alexandre Daigle (51)
Penalties in minutes Matt Johnson (188)
Wins Dwayne Roloson (19)
Goals against average Dwayne Roloson (1.88)

The 2003–04 Minnesota Wild season was the Wild's fourth season.

OffseasonEdit

NHL draftEdit

The 2003 NHL Entry Draft was held at the Gaylord Entertainment Center in Nashville, Tennessee. After finishing the 2002–03 NHL season with a 42–29–10–1 record, the Wild were awarded the 20th pick in the draft. Despite figuring 4th in the league for the previous season with only 178 goals allowed, and scoring only 198 goals, GM Doug Risebrough selected defenceman Brent Burns in the first round.

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (league)
1 20 Brent Burns Flag of Canada.svg Canada D Brampton Battalion (OHL)
2 56 Patrick O'Sullivan Flag of the United States United States C Mississauga IceDogs (OHL)
3 78 Danny Irmen Flag of the United States United States C Lincoln Stars (USHL)
5 157 Marcin Kolusz Flag of Poland Poland F Podhale Nowy Targ (POL)
6 187 Miroslav Kopriva Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic G HC Rabat Kladno (CZE)
7 207 Grigory Misharin Flag of Russia Russia D Yekaterinburg (RUS)
219 Adam Courchaine Flag of Canada.svg Canada C Vancouver Giants (WHL)
9 281 Jean-Michel Bolduc Flag of the United States United States D Quebec Remparts (QMJHL)

Regular seasonEdit

All-Star GameEdit

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The 54th National Hockey League All-Star Game took place during the 2003–04 NHL season and was held on February 8, 2004, at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota, official arena of the NHL's Minnesota Wild. The Eastern Conference defeated the Western Conference 6–4.

Final standingsEdit

Northwest Division
No. CR GP W L T OTL GF GA PTS
1 3 Vancouver Canucks 82 43 24 10 5 235 194 101
2 4 Colorado Avalanche 82 40 22 13 7 235 198 100
3 6 Calgary Flames 82 42 30 7 3 200 176 94
4 9 Edmonton Oilers 82 36 29 12 5 221 208 89
5 10 Minnesota Wild 82 30 29 20 3 188 183 83


Game logEdit

No. R Date Score Opponent Record
1LOctober 8, 20030–1 @ Chicago Blackhawks (2003–04) 0–1–0–0
2WOctober 10, 20035–3 New York Rangers (2003–04) 1–1–0–0
3LOctober 12, 20032–3 San Jose Sharks (2003–04) 1–2–0–0
4LOctober 16, 20032–5 Colorado Avalanche (2003–04) 1–3–0–0
5TOctober 18, 20032–2 OT Vancouver Canucks (2003–04) 1–3–1–0
6LOctober 19, 20031–3 @ Dallas Stars (2003–04) 1–4–1–0
7LOctober 21, 20032–3 Calgary Flames (2003–04) 1–5–1–0
8WOctober 24, 20034–3 @ Florida Panthers (2003–04) 2–5–1–0
9LOctober 25, 20032–3 @ Tampa Bay Lightning (2003–04) 2–6–1–0
10WOctober 28, 20033–1 @ Buffalo Sabres (2003–04) 3–6–1–0
11WOctober 30, 20033–2 Atlanta Thrashers (2003–04) 4–6–1–0
12WNovember 1, 20032–1 Washington Capitals (2003–04) 5–6–1–0
13TNovember 4, 20034–4 OT @ Colorado Avalanche (2003–04) 5–6–2–0
14WNovember 7, 20033–0 @ Calgary Flames (2003–04) 6–6–2–0
15LNovember 8, 20033–4 @ Vancouver Canucks (2003–04) 6–7–2–0
16WNovember 11, 20031–0 Vancouver Canucks (2003–04) 7–7–2–0
17LNovember 13, 20030–2 Edmonton Oilers (2003–04) 7–8–2–0
18TNovember 15, 20031–1 OT Detroit Red Wings (2003–04) 7–8–3–0
19WNovember 19, 20036–2 @ Pittsburgh Penguins (2003–04) 8–8–3–0
20LNovember 20, 20031–3 @ Philadelphia Flyers (2003–04) 8–9–3–0
21LNovember 22, 20032–5 Detroit Red Wings (2003–04) 8–10–3–0
22LNovember 26, 20031–3 Dallas Stars (2003–04) 8–11–3–0
23LNovember 28, 20031–2 San Jose Sharks (2003–04) 8–12–3–0
24TNovember 30, 20031–1 OT Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (2003–04) 8–12–4–0
25WDecember 3, 20031–0 @ Edmonton Oilers (2003–04) 9–12–4–0
26LDecember 5, 20031–2 @ Calgary Flames (2003–04) 9–13–4–0
27TDecember 6, 20031–1 OT @ Vancouver Canucks (2003–04) 9–13–5–0
28WDecember 9, 20032–1 Calgary Flames (2003–04) 10–13–5–0
29LDecember 11, 20030–1 Toronto Maple Leafs (2003–04) 10–14–5–0
30WDecember 13, 20033–2 Buffalo Sabres (2003–04) 11–14–5–0
31WDecember 15, 20035–2 @ Phoenix Coyotes (2003–04) 12–14–5–0
32WDecember 17, 20033–2 @ Colorado Avalanche (2003–04) 13–14–5–0
33TDecember 18, 20031–1 OT @ Edmonton Oilers (2003–04) 13–14–6–0
34WDecember 20, 20035–2 Columbus Blue Jackets (2003–04) 14–14–6–0
35TDecember 23, 20033–3 OT Nashville Predators (2003–04) 14–14–7–0
36TDecember 26, 20032–2 OT @ Detroit Red Wings (2003–04) 14–14–8–0
37TDecember 29, 20032–2 OT @ Calgary Flames (2003–04) 14–14–9–0
38TDecember 30, 20032–2 OT @ Edmonton Oilers (2003–04) 14–14–10–0
39LJanuary 2, 20041–2 Edmonton Oilers (2003–04) 14–15–10–0
40LJanuary 4, 20041–3 @ Colorado Avalanche (2003–04) 14–16–10–0
41TJanuary 5, 20041–1 OT @ St. Louis Blues (2003–04) 14–16–11–0
42WJanuary 7, 20047–4 Chicago Blackhawks (2003–04) 15–16–11–0
43LJanuary 9, 20040–2 Phoenix Coyotes (2003–04) 15–17–11–0
44TJanuary 12, 20043–3 OT Nashville Predators (2003–04) 15–17–12–0
45TJanuary 14, 20042–2 OT Los Angeles Kings (2003–04) 15–17–13–0
46WJanuary 16, 20044–2 Pittsburgh Penguins (2003–04) 16–17–13–0
47TJanuary 17, 20042–2 OT @ St. Louis Blues (2003–04) 16–17–14–0
48LJanuary 19, 20040–2 @ Nashville Predators (2003–04) 16–18–14–0
49WJanuary 21, 20044–2 Chicago Blackhawks (2003–04) 17–18–14–0
50LJanuary 23, 20042–6 @ Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (2003–04) 17–19–14–0
51LJanuary 24, 20040–4 @ San Jose Sharks (2003–04) 17–20–14–0
52TJanuary 26, 20042–2 OT @ Los Angeles Kings (2003–04) 17–20–15–0
53LJanuary 29, 20042–3 OT Montreal Canadiens (2003–04) 17–20–15–1
54LJanuary 31, 20041–2 OT @ Columbus Blue Jackets (2003–04) 17–20–15–2
55WFebruary 2, 20044–0 St. Louis Blues (2003–04) 18–20–15–2
56WFebruary 4, 20044–3 @ New York Rangers (2003–04) 19–20–15–2
57LFebruary 10, 20041–3 Los Angeles Kings (2003–04) 19–21–15–2
58WFebruary 13, 20043–0 Edmonton Oilers (2003–04) 20–21–15–2
59LFebruary 15, 20041–2 Calgary Flames (2003–04) 20–22–15–2
60TFebruary 17, 20044–4 OT @ New Jersey Devils (2003–04) 20–22–16–2
61WFebruary 19, 20046–2 Vancouver Canucks (2003–04) 21–22–16–2
62LFebruary 22, 20041–3 Colorado Avalanche (2003–04) 21–23–16–2
63LFebruary 26, 20040–4 @ Nashville Predators (2003–04) 21–24–16–2
64LFebruary 27, 20041–3 @ Dallas Stars (2003–04) 21–25–16–2
65TFebruary 29, 20043–3 OT Carolina Hurricanes (2003–04) 21–25–17–2
66LMarch 3, 20040–2 @ Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (2003–04) 21–26–17–2
67TMarch 4, 20041–1 OT @ Los Angeles Kings (2003–04) 21–26–18–2
68TMarch 7, 20041–1 OT @ Phoenix Coyotes (2003–04) 21–26–19–2
69WMarch 9, 20044–3 @ San Jose Sharks (2003–04) 22–26–19–2
70TMarch 10, 20041–1 OT @ Vancouver Canucks (2003–04) 22–26–20–2
71WMarch 14, 20043–2 Columbus Blue Jackets (2003–04) 23–26–20–2
72WMarch 16, 20045–2 Ottawa Senators (2003–04) 24–26–20–2
73WMarch 18, 20042–0 @ Boston Bruins (2003–04) 25–26–20–2
74LMarch 19, 20041–3 @ New York Islanders (2003–04) 25–27–20–2
75LMarch 22, 20042–3 OT Phoenix Coyotes (2003–04) 25–27–20–3
76LMarch 24, 20040–2 @ Columbus Blue Jackets (2003–04) 25–28–20–3
77WMarch 25, 20048–2 @ Chicago Blackhawks (2003–04) 26–28–20–3
78WMarch 28, 20042–1 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (2003–04) 27–28–20–3
79LMarch 29, 20043–5 @ Detroit Red Wings (2003–04) 27–29–20–3
80WMarch 31, 20045–4 OT Colorado Avalanche (2003–04) 28–29–20–3
81WApril 2, 20044–2 Dallas Stars (2003–04) 29–29–20–3
82WApril 4, 20043–0 St. Louis Blues (2003–04) 30–29–20–3

Player statsEdit

ForwardsEdit

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalties in minutes

Player GP G A Pts PIM +/-
Alexandre Daigle 78 20 31 51 14 -4
Andrew Brunette 82 15 34 49 12 3
Marian Gaborik 65 18 22 40 20 10
Antti Laaksonen 77 12 14 26 20 0
Pascal Dupuis 59 11 15 26 32 5
Wes Walz 57 12 13 25 28 0
Richard Park 73 13 12 25 28 0
Pierre-Marc Bouchard 61 4 18 22 22 -7
Marc Chouinard 45 11 10 21 17 4
Stephane Veilleux 19 2 8 10 20 0
Jeremy Stevenson 53 5 4 9 103 -2
Rickard Wallin 15 5 4 9 14 1
Christoph Brandner 35 4 5 9 8 -2
Matt Johnson 57 7 1 8 177 4
Jim Dowd 14 3 2 5 6 6
Darby Hendrickson 20 1 3 4 6 -8
Jason Wiemer 13 1 3 4 6 -8
Eric Chouinard 17 3 0 3 0 -3
Sergei Zholtok 11 1 1 2 0 -2
Kyle Wanvig 6 0 1 1 20 -2

DefencemenEdit

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalties in minutes

Player GP G A Pts PIM +/-
Filip Kuba 77 5 19 24 28 -7
Andrei Zyuzin 65 8 13 21 48 4
Nick Schultz 79 6 10 16 16 12
Willie Mitchell 70 1 13 14 83 12
Alex Henry 71 2 4 6 106 4
Brent Burns 36 1 5 6 12 -10
Brad Brown 13 0 2 2 12 3
Jason Marshall 12 0 2 2 8 -1
Zbynek Michalek 22 1 1 2 4 -7
Travis Roche 5 0 1 1 0 -3
Brad Bombardir 13 0 0 0 4 1

GoaltendingEdit

Note: GP = Games played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; SO = Shutouts; GAA = Goals against average

Player GP W L T SO GAA SV%
Dwayne Roloson 48 19 11 11 5 1.88 .933
Manny Fernandez 37 11 14 9 2 2.49 .915

ReferencesEdit

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