- The Minnesota Wild have now won four in a row under John Hynes and it was a demolishing of the Calgary Flames. A 5-2 victory on the road that saw Matt Boldy score two goals and Mats Zuccarello drinking from the Fountain of Youth. [The Hockey News]
- Despite recent Calder hype, here's why the Wild's rookie duo of Marco Rossi and Brock Faber won't truly contend with Connor Bedard for the best rookie of the year award. [Hockey Wilderness]
- The Wild are fighting their way up from the bottom of some recent power rankings. Maybe a coaching change is just what they needed to shake off the bad start. [DailyFaceoff]
Off the trail...
- Filip Forsberg sat down with ESPN to talk about not being able to meet Lionel Messi, the NHL All-Star Draft returning, and Nashville hot chicken. [ESPN]
- It didn't look great for the Carolina Hurricanes as star Andrei Svechnikov went down and required knee surgery, but now he is back and is "only going to get better." [NHL dot com]
- It's official: The NHL is bringing the 2024 NHL Entry Draft to Las Vegas and their silly-looking The Sphere. [NBC Sports]
- The New Jersey Devils and Vancouver Canucks faced off on Tuesday night and it made the Hughes brothers join an exclusive club of having three or more brothers play in the same NHL game. Only nine other families have had this happen before, and most recently the Staals with Eric, Jordan, and Marc. [DailyHive]
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