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  • Minnesota Wild's Veteran Leadership Needs to be a Factor


    I'm not an intangibles guy.

    Much more often than not, I see most cases of attributing intangibles as being either useless, or intentionally misleading. For example, the 12,000 times a game where an announcer notes a player's work ethic is pretty much meaningless. Just about every player in the NHL works hard. And Wild fans are all too familiar with platitudes like "grit", "veteran leadership", and "playoff experience" often being applied to guys as a justification for questionable lineup decisions.

    What helps me in those moments where my

    ? Usually, it's someone taking me aside, giving me a different perspective, and letting me know the benefits of letting logic prevail.

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