Minnesota assigns Reilly to Iowa Wild10/17/2016
Minnesota Wild General Manager Chuck Fletcher on Monday announced the National Hockey League (NHL) club has assigned defenseman Mike Reilly to the Iowa Wild of the American Hockey League (AHL).
Reilly, 23 (7/13/93), did not play Saturday after skating 14:09 in the season opener at St. Louis on Oct. 13. The 6-foot-2, 193-pound defenseman posted seven points (1-6=7) in 29 games with Minnesota during his rookie campaign in 2015-16. The Chicago native and former University of Minnesota Golden Gopher also totaled 23 points (5-18=23) in 45 games with Iowa last season, setting the team record for points by a rookie defensemen.
Iowa continues a seven-game home stand on Tuesday at 7 p.m. with the Grand Rapids Griffins. For every Tuesday game of the year, Kids Eat Free (12 and under), presented by Goodhue-Nolte and 96.5 Country. Fans are encouraged to bring costumes to the game. Those that that make donations will be given a ticket to a future Wild home game. The Costume Drive is sponsored by Lazer 103.3. Fans that present a Subway coupon will be able to purchase a ticket for $5.
The home stand continues on Oct. 21 and 22 with the Charlotte Checkers, both games are set for 7 p.m. Friday night is a $2 Beer night, presented by 103 The Bus. The team also offers the first night of Collegeville, a special ticket offer for students. Saturday night is Ladies Night, with drinks specials throughout the game. Fans may enjoy Jim Beam drink specials, as well as drink specials on Barefoot Wine. The Brewdog Pack is available for purchase, which includes a Bud Light and a hot dog at the game, as well as a Bud Light after the game at Legends Bar and Grill.