Forward Jordan Greenway says the depth of the Minnesota Wild is scary and will benefit them as they head into the final stretch of the NHL season.
The Wild, 12/1 to win the Stanley Cup in 2021/22, beat the Detroit Red Wings 7-4 on Monday to record an 11th victory in the last 12 games.
Rookie Matt Boldy scored his first NHL hattrick, Kirill Kaprizov had two goals and an assist, and Mats Zuccarello had three assists for Minnesota who are 30-11-3 and second in the Central Division.
24-year-old Greenway is in a fourth full season with the Wild and has 14 points (four goals, 10 assists) in 37 regular season games.
The 6'6" American ranks seventh on the Wild with a +17 plus/minus rating.
The Wild have eight players with over 20 regular season points helping them record a .716 points-per-game percentage which ranks fourth of all NHL teams.
Kaprizov leads the way with 57 points (22 goals, 35 assists) in 43 games which is eight best in the NHL.
Greenway said to the media: "It's scary the depth that I think that we have. We can rely on everyone for different things, whether it's getting on the score sheet or locking down another line, whatever the case is.
"We can rely on pretty much everyone, so that's definitely a good feeling and it's going to be good for us going down the stretch for sure."