Nate Prosser

#39 D / Minnesota Wild / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 207 lb Age: 29 College: Colorado College

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      Wild's Nate Prosser: Set to return to lineup

      Prosser (back) is "good to go" for Tuesday's tilt against the Jets according to head coach Mike Yeo. Prosser was expected to miss at least a few games after sustaining a back injury during Thursday's game, but he appears set to draw back into the lineup Tuesday after missing just one contest. He likely won't see too much ice time, skating in the team's bottom pairing of defensemen.

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      Wild's Nate Prosser: Out with back injury

      Prosser will miss at least a few games due to a back injury, head coach Mike Yeo told the St. Paul Pioneer Press. Prosser suffered the injury in Thursday's game against the Predators. Christian Folin will likely get more ice time as a result.

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      Wild's Nate Prosser: Injured in Thursday's game

      Prosser suffered an undisclosed injury in Thursday's game against the Predators, according to Chad Graff of the St. Paul Pioneer Press. The nature and extent of Prosser's injury are uncertain, but he suffered some sort of setback, according to teammate Matt Dumba and this report. The Wild figure to provide an update on Prosser's status prior to their next game Saturday.

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      Wild's Nate Prosser: Sticking in blue line mix

      Prosser had two penalty minutes in 8:01 of ice time in Saturday's overtime loss to St. Louis. It was his third consecutive game played. It looks like Prosser is getting the nod over Christian Folin as the team's final defenseman. However, Prosser isn't getting enough ice time nor does he have a role on special teams for viable fantasy value in most formats.

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      Wild's Nate Prosser: Scratched Friday

      Prosser will not playFriday night against the Kings. Christian Folin will be in the lineup instead. There is no word of a Prosser injury, so this could simply be a matter of Wild head coach Mike Yeo rotating his depth defensemen.

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      Wild's Nate Prosser: Healthy scratch again

      Prosser has been a healthy scratch each of the first two games for the Wild. Prosser begins the season as the seventh defensemen for the Wild and will likely be inactive most games.

    • Wild Re-Sign Prosser

      News: Nate Prosser re-signed Wednesday with the Wild on a two-year, $1.25 million contract, Elliotte Friedman of Hockey Night in Canada reports.
      Analysis: It was uncertain whether or not the Wild would bring back Nate Prosser this season after signing college prospect Mike Reilly, but the team's brain trust determined the veteran blueliner could still provide some usefulness in a depth role. Prosser registered two goals and five assists in 63 games in 2014-15.
    • Wild's Prosser To Return Saturday

      News: Nate Prosser (lower body) will return for Saturday's game against the Red Wings, Anthony LaPanta of FOX Sports North reports.
      Analysis: Nate Prosser will be back a bit sooner than expected, as he was previously thought to be targeting a return for the final game or two of the regular season. He only has seven points and 32 penalty minutes in 60 appearances this season, and he hasn't played in a game since March 14.
    • Wild's Prosser Practices Wednesday

      News: Nate Prosser (lower body) resumed practicing with the Wild on Wednesday, Chad Graff of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
      Analysis: Coach Mike Yeo was pleased with Nate Prosser's performance in his return to team activities, but suggested the blueliner remained without a firm timetable for a return. It appears the Wild will simply monitor Prosser's condition in the practices to come before deciding when he's healthy enough to play in games.
    • Wild's Prosser Starting To Skate

      News: Nate Prosser (lower body) has been able to skate the last two days, Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
      Analysis: Nate Prosser's absence is expected to stretch into mid-April, so the fact that he's now skating shouldn't be taken as a sign that a return is forthcoming. Jordan Leopold should continue enjoy a regular role on the Wild's third defensive pairing while Prosser remains sidelined.
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