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  • Wilderness Walk: Pretty nice little road win there


    Let’s go over some news and notes:

    - The Wild beat the Sabres last night! And, of course, Zach Parise scored two goals in the process! Things might just be getting better! [Hockey Wilderness]

    - Devan Dubnyk and Alex Stalock are both getting up there in age and neither are exactly playing like All-Stars. What lies ahead for the Wild in net? [The Athletic]

    Off the trail...

    - Seattle’s general manager says the NHL’s newest franchise is “getting close” to having a nickname. That name better be the Kraken. [NHL]

    - Some bad news for the Lightning. It looks like Nikita Kucherov could be out for a while with a head injury. [Raw Charge]

    - It’s looking pretty likely that Taylor Hall could be moved this season. Imagine him being traded back to Edmonton. [Copper And Blue]

    - Let’s take a way-too-early look at the projected winners of each major award at the season’s end. Because why not? [The Hockey News]

    - Marc-Andre Fleury made perhaps the most incredible save of the year last night against the Maple Leafs.

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