Wilderness Walk for 11-7-2011

A look at the St. Louis benc... wait... wow.

No Walk yesterday. Apparently, a four game winning streak for the Wild isn't worthy of much press. The only articles were those from Russo, so I figured it was easier to just go buy a newspaper. Apologies if you missed us, but I'm fairly certain you were engrossed in some lame football game or something.

Speaking of lame things, you know what's pretty lame? That you haven't joined up or donated to the Hockey Wilderness Movember team, yet. All we're trying to do is raise some money for prostate cancer research, and you're too cool for us? I see how it is. We can talk about this later. (Go join the team, it's fun.)

After jump, links and news.

Wild News

Faith in youth looking less like a gamble | StarTribune.com - Some of us predicted this. We won't name names.

Wild win four in a row, prepare for 5 game road trip - Saturday's Rants with some good info.

Wild's top line finds a new scorer in Guillaume Latendresse - TwinCities.com - They found him just sitting there? Huh. Wonder what they gave up for him.

15 Points to Consider - November Edition - Harding gets some love over at Dobber Hockey. Of course, they link back to us, so... thanks for that.

First Round Bust: The Process of Belief - Wild fans not ready to believe? Why ever would that be?

Tending the Fields

The Third Intermission: Ortmeyer Suspended - As is the case with the AHL, we rarely get to see the hits, but sounds to me like he deserved it. So, there's that.

The Third Intermission: View from the Press Box; Aeros killed Sunday - And the Aeros responded with an ugly loss.

Off the Trail

Tea with Ms. Conduct: Somewhat Epic Hockey Road Trip | Backhand Shelf | Blogs | theScore.com - Ms. C talks a bit about her massive hockey road trip.

What you Missed This Weekend

Here's what you missed here at Hockey Wilderness while you were... watching football. Ew.

Minnesota Wild Stock Market: Week of 11-6-2011 - Hockey Wilderness- The weekly look at the stocks of the Wild players.

Minnesota Wild vs. St-Louis Blues: Game Recap - Hockey Wilderness - When the Wild and the Blues cross swords, it's always a close battle. Tonight was no different.

The HW secret agency presents: Wild Bonds. Part 1 - Hockey Wilderness - Ever thought about the similarities between Bond movies and the Wild? Of course you haven't.

Former Player Tracking: Marty is Alive and Well - Hockey Wilderness - Weekly look at the departed players.

Finally...

 

You know you needed that. Thanks to Greg Wyshynski for the video.

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