It was a fun weekend for the Minnesota Wild. They earned two back-to-back wins in the Pacific, where Jason Zucker scored against his hometown team, and a friend of the blog turned out to be friends of the blog.
But that’s all in the past, and in our very near future, the Wild will be playing the Los Angeles Kings at home before a four day break without any games. After tonight, the next game will be on Friday against the Predators.
“Wild’s successes include a blue line corps that has set record for offensive output.”
“After hosting the Kings on Monday, the Wild has a four-day break in the schedule — a pause that looks uncharacteristic for the grind that’s associated with March.”
Belpedio’s two year contract will begin next year and he will finish off the season in Iowa on an Amateur Tryout.
“A tradition like no other, the Wild Infuriation Tournament returns for its third season.”
Off the Trail
“One of the all-time greats on retirement, comebacks, and why she doesn’t feel the need to be a mentor.”
Another former US Olympian signs with the Boston Bruins, this one 18 years younger than the last one.
“Former NHL forward Ilya Kovalchuk wants to return to the NHL this summer and play there for ‘several more years.’”
Something we should also be asking of Chuck Fletcher.