Andrew Brunette is back with the Wild, signing for three years at $7 million total.
He'll effectively replace Brian Rolston's offense, but does not have the extra dimensions. He should line up on the first line with Gaborik, which should mean 65-plus points this season. Let me put it this way – his situation in Minnesota in the season ahead looks much better fantasy-wise than his situation last year in Colorado where he was buried.
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