Wilderness Walk for 10-21-2011

Be honest now, how many of you actually watched the entire game? Now, how many of you gave up and went to bed?

This isn'tthe way they need to be beating teams like the Edmonton Oilers, but a win is a win. It still counts as two points, regardless of if the goal came early or late. I, of course, missed almost the entire game. The white ice, much like the white background here at HW, does wonders for my eye and I simply couldn't watch it. I turned theTV on to check the score just in time to see Heatley score the tying goal.

Impressive to say the least. The hope here is that they pull some sort of rally out of this excitement. Of course, with the Kaptain now cut, we'll see if that deflates them at all. Should be an interesting game against the Nucks coming up.

After the jump, your daily links.

Wild News

Heatley's buzzer beater snags Wild victory from "jaws of defeat" | StarTribune.com - Post game Rants.

Wild: Better extremely late than never | StarTribune.com - Newspaper version.

Heatley, Setoguchi change sides | StarTribune.com - Why the change? Read up.

Hitting The Post: Hard To Gauge Wild This Early - Yes, yes they are. Although the inconsistency we are used to.

First Round Bust: Mike Yeo Needs No Excuse With Making Adjustments - No excuses. Just win, please.

Nichols on Fantasy NHL: Hockey Hearsay - sportsnet.ca - Setoguchi with a little fantasy hockey love.

Enemy Perspective

Learning on the job for RNH | Edmonton Journal - Hopefully his learning onthe job goes better than learning on the job Wild fans have seen in the past.

Heatley heroics haunt Oiler fans - They really did not like that at all. Awww.... too bad.

Tending the Fields

Mike Reilly & Mario Lucia Suiting up for the USA | - Nice honor for Lucia.

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