News:Cody Almond has left the Wild and signed with a team in the Swiss League, Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Analysis:Cody Almond played in 25 games over the past three seasons with the Wild, with a high of 10 coming this past season. After only two career NHL goals, Almond will hope to fare better in Switzerland, where he will play for the Geneva based team, Servette.
News:Cody Almond has been recalled from AHL Houston on emergency conditions, and will play Sunday at Chicago, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Analysis: Center Warren Peters was injured in Saturday night's game and will be unable to play on Sunday, so Cody Almond got the emergency call and should see some ice time against the Blackhawks. In nine games with the Wild this season, Almond has one goal on five shots.
News: The Wild have recalled Cody Almond from AHL Houston, the team's official site reports.
Analysis: In eight games with the Wild, Cody Almond
has registered just one goal, but he will give the team some depth up front with Carson McMillan on injured reserve and Kris Foucault having been demoted.
News:Cody Almond has been sent down to Houston (AHL), the team's official site reports.
Analysis: His limited stretches in Minnesota haven't translated to much offensive production as he's chipped in just one goal in eight games for the Wild.
News:Cody Almond scored a goal in Thursday's win over Los Angeles.
Analysis:Cody Almond could get more ice time with Devin Setoguchi out with a leg injury. He's got the speed to develop into a decent scorer, so watch to see if he can carve out a regular role.
News: The Wild recalled Cody Almond from AHL Houston on Thursday, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Analysis: Wild was brought up as insurance after Wild wingers Cal Clutterbuck and Darroll Powe suffered leg injuries in Wednesday's game. Whether or not he will play in the Wild's next game Friday will depend on the health of the two injured forwards.
News:Cody Almond is progressing slowly from his back injury, the Wild's official site reports.
Analysis:Cody Almond continues to miss valuable time if he hopes to make the regular season roster. At this point, a ticket to Houston of the AHL wouldn't come as a surprise.
News:Cody Almond has been sidelined by a back injury and is likely to miss Thursday's preseason game, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Analysis: It's not clear when he'll return and he could miss several preseason games. The injury is bad timing since it may prevent him from making the NHL roster.
News: Almond (lower body) is out for Friday's game against the Ducks, the team's official Twitter page reports.
Analysis: Almond hasn't had any points in the four games he's played with the Wild since being called up in early February. Recently called up Warren Peters will play in his place.
News: Minnesota recalled Almond on Saturday, Wild.com reports.
Analysis: Almond has no points in five games this year and had just one in seven games a year ago. He's unlikely to make a fantasy impact in most scenarios.
News: The Wild recalled Almond from AHL Houston on Monday, according to the team's official website.
Analysis: This will be Almond's third stint with the team this season. He will provide some forward insurance on the team's upcoming four-game road trip.
News: Almond was sent back to Houston (AHL) on Saturday, the team's official site reports.
Analysis: Robbie Earl has been called up to replace him, while Almond will get to collect more ice time in his return to the AHL.
News: Almond was recalled by the Wild on Wednesday, the team's official site reports.
Analysis: With a few of the team's forwards battling injuries, Almond will join the team on Thursday and should find his way into the lineup on the third or fourth line in the near future.
News: Almond was reassigned to Houston of the AHL after Minnesota's game Saturday, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports.
Analysis: Almond will likely find his way back into the majors at some point this season. He has one goal and four assists in 10 games with Houston.
News: Almond has been recalled from Houston of the AHL, the team's official web site reports.
Analysis: Almond has one goal and four assists in ten games for Houston. He may not see much ice time initially, but the Wild have several injuries that could finally give the top prospect an extended chance.
News: Wild C Cody Almond tipped in his first NHL goal with 41.5 seconds left of Sunday's OT loss to the Canucks.
Analysis: Almond, the Wilds fifth round pick (140th overall) in 2007, was a bit of a disappointment in his first AHL season with just 18 points in 48 games. He did manage to pick up 77 PIM though, which should interest owners in long-term Fantasy keeper leagues that reward bad behavior. He remains unworthy of ownership for now, however
News: The Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports that Wild C Cody Almond has been called up from the AHL.
Analysis: Almond has 18 points and 77 PIM in 48 points this AHL season, his first. He has no Fantasy value at this time.
News: The Wild have assigned C Cody Almond and G Anton Khudobin to the AHL.
Analysis: Almond, a fifth-round pick from 2007, did well in the WHL and is currently in the middle of his first AHL campaign (15 pts, 43 PIM in 33 games). He has no Fantasy value at this time. Khudobin, a seventh-round pick from 2004, is a promising 23-year-old, but might have to wait a while for a spot in the NHL. Continue to ignore him in Fantasy play, too.
News: The Wild have called up C Cody Almond from the AHL.
Analysis: Almond, a fifth-round pick from 2007, did well in the WHL and is currently in the middle of his first AHL campaign (15 pts, 43 PIM in 33 games). He has no Fantasy value at this time.
News: The Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports that Wild prospect C Cody Almond will have wrist surgery on Thursday and is likely out more than a month.
Analysis: Almond was off to a slow start in this, his first AHL season, with just one assist in six games. He isn't on the Fantasy radar just yet, but certainly could turn into a keeper prospect.
News: The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports the Wild signed 19-year-old center Cody Almond to an entry-level contract Monday.
Analysis: Almond, the Wilds fifth round pick (140th overall) in 2007, totaled 168 points in 230 games with WHL Kelowna. He established new career highs in goals (33) and assists (33) in 70 games this season for the Rockets. He is nothing more than a long-term Fantasy keeper.
News: The Wild cut five players from their camp on Thursday: C Cody Almond, C Justin Hodgman, RW Carson McMillan, D Frederic St. Denis and D Tyler Schmidt.
Analysis: Almond and McMillan were retained but sent down, and they're unlikely to play at all this season. Ignore them in all drafts.