Defintely the best player on the Wild, with a rookie coach who constatnly misplayed him and changing linemates.
Best Wild Player Minneapolis 2011 - Martin Havlat
The former first-rounder has proven to be a tough-minded right winger over the past two seasons for the Wild, helping to buoy the team into NHL playoff contention. A steady 20-goal or more scorer through most of his 10-season North American career, the Czech right winger isn't afraid to mix it up, as past suspensions from the league have proven. Combine that with his speedy skating, great stick handling, and a willingness to feed his teammates (he has more than 30 assists this season), and Havlat makes a strong offensive threat whenever he is on the ice.