Peep Show

Updated: February 11, 2004, 1:38 PM ET
By Jim Wilkie
Minnesota Wild: After nearly four years of riding a two-goalie system, the Minnesota Wild finally have a No. 1 goalie. Wild head coach Jacques Lemaire declared Dwayne Roloson as the team's main netminder because he has outplayed backup Manny Fernandez, Lemaire's nephew.

Chicago Blackhawks: A Vancouver offer of center Artem Chubarov, winger Jason King and goalie Alexander Auld in exchange for Chicago center Alex Zhamnov "couldn't be more wrong," Blackhawks assistant GM Dale Tallon told the Arlington Daily Herald.

Vancouver Canucks: One of the biggest free agents of the summer might be Canucks GM Brian Burke. Last week chief executive officer of Orca Bay Sports and Entertainment Stan McAmmon said contract extension talks wouldn't resume until the offseason because he didn't want them to be a distraction. Whether McAmmon likes it or not, Burke's status will be a much-discussed distraction because nobody knows whether Canucks owner John McCaw really wants Burke back.