Mikael Granlund, and Nate Prosser will be with the Minnesota Wild for at least another two seasons. The team announced that Ryan Carter has signed on for a one year deal.

According to TwinCities.com, Granlund's contract is worth 6 million over the two years. Prosser's contract has not been disclosed outside of the length of the deal. Carter will make $625,000.

Minnesota also signed college free agent, and Minnesota native, Mike Reilly to a two-year entry deal. Reilly is a defensemen and is only 21.

The Wild will open the season on Thursday, October 8 against Colorado. The first home game for Minnesota will be on Saturday, October 10 against St. Louis.