Nate Prosser

by Bruce Strand, Sports editor Nate Prosser was out in a boat at  his wife’s cabin on July 4 when he checked the sports news on his I-Phone. Suddenly he didn’t care if he caught any fish. “Omigosh! Unbelievable news!” said the Minnesota Wild defenseman from Elk River about his two new teammates. “First, it […]

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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor What Wild fans will remember as a bizarre season of extreme highs and lows will always be a special one for Elk River native Nate Prosser because 2011–12 was the year he first became a full-fledged member of the team (a two-year, $1.65 million deal Feb. 6) and also […]

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Elk River native Nate Prosser has been bouncing between the Minnesota Wild and their Houston affiliate all season but the big club made him a full-fledged member on Monday, signing him to a  two-year, one-way extension worth $1.65 million. Prosser, 25, has six assists this season in 23 games with the Wild in four separate […]

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Elk River native Nate Prosser played 14 games with the Minnesota Wild before being sent back to their farm team, the Houston Aeros, on Monday. The 25-year-old defenseman’s stats included four assists and a plus-minus of zero. The Wild were 10-4 during Prosser’s tenure, but after a pair of 5-2 losses, to Edmonton and Calgary, […]

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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor Elk River’s Nate Prosser is not only up in the big leagues now, but is skating regularly for a surging, first-place team in his home state, the Minnesota Wild. “It’s been going real well,” said Prosser on Thursday, contacted by the Star News. The 25-year-old defenseman, formerly of the […]

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by  Bruce Strand, Sports editor Elk River native Nate Prosser  lasted until the final week of training camp with the Minnesota Wild and was sent back to the Houston Aeros, where he spent his first full pro season last winter. “I came close, down to the final cut,” said the 6-foot-2, 200-pound defenseman on Wednesday. […]

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