• Wild's Bagnall to Make AHL Debut

    News: Drew Bagnall (shoulder) cleared waivers and will play for Houston of the AHL on Friday, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
    Analysis: He'd been out after working his way back from offseason shoulder surgery.
  • Wild's Bagnall Ready To Play Again

    News: The Wild placed Drew Bagnall (shoulder) on waivers Wednesday, TSN's Bob McKenzie reports.
    Analysis: Drew Bagnall has been cleared to resume playing after recovering from offseason surgery. The Wild want him to play in the minors initially, but he must clear waivers before doing so. Bagnall will find out his destination Thursday afternoon.
  • Wild's Bagnall Recovering From Shoulder Injury

    News: Drew Bagnall has not been cleared to play after offseason shoulder surgery, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
    Analysis: He was likely set to begin the season at Houston of the AHL anyway, but this likely clinches it. He has been practicing with the team.
  • Bagnall Signs With Minnesota

    News: Bagnall, who was an unrestricted free agent, signed a two-year contract to remain with Minnesota, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
    Analysis: Bagnall adds toughness to the blue line, but doesn't add much offense with just two points in 72 gamesw for Houston of the AHL last year. He'll likely spend most of his time in Houston again next season.
  • Bagnall Recalled By Wild

    News: Bagnall has been recalled by the Wild, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports.
    Analysis: Bagnall is a bruiser, who will add some toughness to the Wild blueline. It's worth noting that Anton Khudobin, a goalie now in the Boston organization, matched Bagnall's total of two assists for AHL Houston this season. Khudobin achieved that mark in 34 games, while Bagnall did it in 72 contests.
  • Bagnall signs one-year deal

    News: The Kings signed defenseman Drew Bagnall to a one-year contract Monday. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
    Analysis: Bagnall totaled six assists and a 150 penalty minutes in 79 games with Manchester of the AHL last season. He has yet to make his NHL debut and is merely organizational depth. Ignore Bagnall in all Fantasy formats.