Looking at the fans’ confidence as Minnesota stays with the status quo past the trade deadline.
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According to the most recent SB Nation Reacts survey, 91 percent of Wild fans are confident the team is headed in the right direction. That’s up from 89 percent of fans last week but down from a full 100 percent two weeks ago.
The new level of confidence may come as a result of what the team did at the trade deadline. A majority of Wild fans gave the team a B grade for their activity.
While there was a flurry of activity around the April 12 trade deadline, some moves grabbed more attention than others.
According to 31 percent of fans nationally, the Boston Bruins acquiring Taylor Hall was the biggest move at the deadline. Washington’s trade to bring in Anthony Mantha received the next most votes, with 26 percent of the total and Toronto getting Nick Foligno earned 24 percent.
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