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  • Wilderness Walk: Back to losing


    Let’s go over some news and notes:

    - The Wild won a game, so obviously they can’t win another one immediately after, right? That would just be nonsensical! [Hockey Wilderness]

    - Episode 5 of the Hockey Wilderness Podcast is here! It’s starting to sound like the Wild are embracing the suck. Could a true rebuild be on the horizon? [Hockey Wilderness]

    - Want some Kirill Kaprizov news? You got it! Bill Guerin is getting set to meet with the Russian goal scorer in Moscow. [Pioneer Press]

    Off the trail...

    - The Kings have informed Ilya Kovalchuk that he will not be in the lineup again for a while. Something zesty is going on here, folks. [Jewels From The Crown]

    - Don Cherry has had every opportunity to apologize for the remarks he made on Hockey Night in Canada over the weekend, and he’s failed to do so. In fact, he’s doubling down. [Washington Times]

    - It’s looking like the Avalanche’s Stadium Series uniforms may have leaked. And if these are real, we may have a contender for the ugliest sweater in NHL history.

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