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  • Bruce Boudreau is proven winner in the regular season as Wild lean on his experience to right the ship


    Being a wild card team in the Central Division isn't all bad, as the Central is stacked with a number of good teams. But the rhetoric from the Wild after bowing out in the second round was all about playing a better regular season so that they didn't have to over-extend themselves. The same rhetoric year-in and year-out as it seemed that a mid-season swoon became more inevitable, rather than something that remained an "if."

    The following year, he rebounded with a 30-12-6 record and a Pacific Division title in the lockout shortened season. His team followed up with a second consecutive division title and the second-most points in the league in 2013-14. The list goes on and on with division titles and his teams being among the elite in the league.

    The hope with Boudreau behind the bench, his no-nonsense approach, and experience will help flatten out those mid-season valleys and allow the Wild to reach heights never achieved by this team before.



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