Granlund, 25, shattered his previous career highs in goals and points, scoring 26 goals and 69 points, topping it off with a plus-23 rating. It's hard to imagine a scenario where the Wild would let him walk, so expect any offer that Granlund receives to be matched.
Granlund was dealing with a broken hand during the playoffs.
Despite the injury, Granlund was able to garner a pair of helpers while putting 10 shots on net and averaging 20:32 of ice time per game in the postseason. With a 4-to-6 week recovery time, the winger should be ready to go for the start of the 2017-18 campaign. Whether he is still with the Wild next year remains to be seen as the 25-year-old will be an unrestricted free agent on July 1.
Granlund will be rested for Saturday's game against the Coyotes.
With the Wild locked into a playoff spot the team is playing it safe and resting a few players to preserve them for what they hope is a lengthy run in the postseason. Mikko Koivu is back from a rest and will skate with Erik Haula and Jason Zucker on the second scoring line.
Granlund scored a goal and added an assist during Friday's win over the Panthers.
In the midst of his breakout campaign, Granlund has emerged as a fantasy star with 22 goals and 62 points through 66 games. The 25-year-old winger should be owned in all settings and is worth targeting in daily contests when Minnesota draws a favorable matchup. However, it also isn't out of the question to consider sell-high offers in keeper/dynasty settings. 2016-17 could prove to a career year for Granlund.
Granlund posted a goal and two assists in Tuesday's 6-5 win against the Jets.
One of Granlund's helpers came on the power play, as he wrapped up the month of February with four goals and six points on the man advantage while also adding a shorthanded marker. He continues to contribute in all facets of the game and has emerged as one of the top fantasy options in the league this season.