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Wild's Marco Rossi: Excelling at AHL lowa
Rossi has 26 points in 25 AHL games since his demotion, Thomas Williams of Hockeywilderness.com reports.
Rossi, who was selected ninth overall in 2020, had only one assist in 16 games with the Wild before he was sent to the AHL to regain his confidence. Well, it sure looks like he is playing with plenty of confidence, as he has three goals and 10 points during his current seven-game points streak. Do not be surprised if Rossi is recalled from the minors in the near future.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Marco Rossi: Shipped down to minors
Rossi was reassigned to AHL Iowa on Monday.
Rossi has been a healthy scratch in four straight games so his demotion shouldn't come as a shock. Prior to being benched, the 21-year-old center was struggling through a seven-game pointless streak and a season-long goal drought. If the Austrian can rediscover his scoring touch in the minors, he should be brought back up to Minnesota sooner rather than later.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Marco Rossi: Sitting Saturday
Rossi is a healthy scratch Saturday against Carolina, per Sarah McLellan of the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
Rossi has struggled so far this season with just one assist through 16 games. Minnesota has been patient with its top prospect as he adjusts to the NHL, but he'll get a breather against a good Carolina team. Nicolas Petan will slot into the lineup in Rossi's absence.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Marco Rossi: Gets first career point
Rossi registered an assist in a 4-1 win against Montreal on Tuesday.
It was Rossi's first career point. In addition to the assist, he has five shots, three blocks and two hits in nine games while averaging 11:39 of ice time. He was the No. 9 pick in the 2020 draft and has plenty of offensive potential, but for now his role with the team is probably too small for him to contribute regularly.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Marco Rossi: Getting look on power play
Rossi has been getting an opportunity on the second power-play unit, per Michael Russo of The Athletic.
Rossi only has two games worth of NHL experience, but he excelled at the AHL level last season with 18 goals and 53 points in 63 contests and now he's in the running for an opening game roster spot. He has been skating on the fourth line, so his role with the team isn't expected to be substantial out of the gate, but Wild coach Dean Evason did suggest that Rossi "will play on the power play."... See More ... See Less
Wild's Marco Rossi: Assigned to AHL Iowa
Rossi was demoted to AHL Iowa on Sunday.
Rossi has averaged 15:35 of ice time and been held pointless through two NHL appearances this season. With the next Minnesota game scheduled for Friday, the organization is expecting enough returning players from IR to replenish their ranks without the 20-year-old on the active roster.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Marco Rossi: Summoned by parent club
Rossi was recalled by Minnesota on Tuesday.
Rossi has been highly productive in the minors this season, having racked up seven goals and 23 points through 21 appearances with AHL Iowa. The 20-year-old Austrian forward could make his NHL debut Thursday versus the Bruins.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Marco Rossi: Back at it
Rossi (undisclosed) returned to action Saturday versus AHL Milwaukee.
Rossi suffered an undisclosed injury in late November, but that issue evidently wasn't overly serious, as the 2020 first-round pick wasn't sidelined for long. The 20-year-old Austrian has racked up 16 points through 16 AHL appearances this year.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Marco Rossi: Injured Sunday
Rossi left Sunday's AHL contest with an undisclosed injury, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports.
Rossi was taken down and seemed to hit his head on the ice before leaving Sunday's game against AHL Henderson. The highly-touted prospect has tallied 15 points through 13 minor-league games this season. The team is still evaluating his injury.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Marco Rossi: Will play for Austria
Rossi (upper body) will suit up for Austria at 2022 Winter Olympic Qualifying in August, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports.
Rossi was suffering from lingering complications due to COVID-19 but appears to be nearing a return to competitive action. Barring any setbacks, Rossi's time with Austria should clear the way for him to rejoin the Wild ahead of the 2021-22 campaign. If he does play in the NHL, the 19-year-old winger could provide some fantasy value.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Marco Rossi: Approved to resume skating
Rossi (upper body) has been cleared to begin training and skating, Scott Wheeler of The Athletic reports.
Rossi stayed in Austria after testing positive for COVID-19 in January. The No. 9 overall pick from the 2020 NHL Entry Draft should presumably be ready to go for Minnesota's training camp in September.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Marco Rossi: Won't see ice in 2021
Rossi (upper body) won't play this season due to complications from COVID-19, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports.
The team released information Saturday that Rossi currently resides in his home country of Austria while he recovers from the virus. The 19-year-old will need to rest for the next six weeks before returning to Minnesota, where he'll be re-evaluated by team doctors. The good news, per Russo, is that the team is fully confident its 2020 first-round pick will make a full recovery.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Marco Rossi: Absence explained
Rossi (upper body) is in Austria while he recovers from complications related to COVID-19, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports.
Rossi's injury had not been described in such detail prior to Saturday's report. The new information explains why Rossi wasn't available for training camp after his time with Team Austria at the 2021 World Junior Championships. The ninth overall selection from 2020 is expected to spend six weeks away from Minnesota before returning. At this point, it would be surprising to see him make an impact at the NHL level this year.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Marco Rossi: Returns to Austria
Rossi (upper body) has returned to his native Austria, but he's expected to rejoin the Wild in six weeks, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports.
Rossi is considered out indefinitely with an upper-body injury, and the Wild have evidently allowed him to return home to continue his rehab. The ninth overall pick from the 2020 NHL Entry Draft will likely report to AHL Iowa whenever he's deemed fit to play.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Marco Rossi: Out indefinitely
Rossi is out indefinitely with an upper-body injury.
Rossi was expected to complete his quarantine and join the Wild at training camp Sunday, but an upper-body injury surfaced that will extend the 19-year-old's absence. The ninth overall pick in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft, Rossi racked up 120 points over 56 games with OHL Ottawa last season. Once he's healthy, Rossi likely will start with AHL Iowa.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Marco Rossi: Finishes WJC pointless
Rossi failed to earn a point and was a minus-6 in four games at the 2021 World Junior Championships.
It was a tough tournament for the Austrian and his team, as they went winless in the contest. Before the World Juniors, Rossi only played one game on loan with ZSC Lions in the Swiss league, so he's set to head to Minnesota to join the team's training camp in the coming days. The 2020 ninth-overall pick will look to earn a roster spot with the big club, but he could begin the season with AHL Iowa in a top-six role.... See More ... See Less
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