We all hear about Corey Locke but what about his former teammate Matt Foy? Though injuries derailed his rookie year this year he still had a standout year for the weak Houston Aeros. He should pair up well with Bouchard (Bouchard and him had chemistry in the preseason, good chemistry) and be a solid top 6 winger. Or Rickard Wallin? The guy scored on his first game ever (think Peter Sejna) against the Blues but didn't stop there. He would've stayed with the Wild if he didn't break his wrist and then in the preseason if we didn't get Choiunard or Daigle. The guy is a top 6 forward. He is the only Wild prospect to drive to the net and camp. He is similiar to the Sedins, a good PKer and a good skater that can chip in goals on the second line (we still need to get a center that keeps up with Gaborik and for the moment Wallin gets the job!) And O'Sullivan? How isn't he one of the best 2nd round picks in years? The guy help lead an IceDog's team without Schremp and with a rookie goaltender in Shantz to their first EVER banner. This is a team that for all of O'Sullivan's years was a losing team and with him leading it and having a good team around him, led to their first ever banner. Spezza left, Schremp left, O'Sullivan stayed and guess what he did that Spezza and Schremp didn't? He got the first ever Bobby Orr Trophy for his team, winning the East Division! And Harding too! Yes his numbers look shakey but he still had a phenominal year last year and this year. Ward and Harding are great goaltenders coming out of the WHL, and I know they aren't in the AHL (Wild seem to have a logjam there) but still how can't they be considered good goaltenders? Veilleux, Wanvig, Hannula, are all good role playing wingers too. The only real player that the Wild gets mention is Koivu and even that is a bit split on how good he's going to be.