Joe and Tony discuss an impressive showing in a back-to-back.
We discuss the Wild’s better week, also their struggles both individually and team-wide.
Tony and Joe reunite to recap a dreadful opening week for the Minnesota Wild
Wow, another season, let’s podcast about it!
We get our hot takes in about the Wild drafting Filip Johansson.
Joe and Tony discuss the Capitals as Stanley Cup champs and Wild news!
We break down the Wild’s new GM, look towards Vegas, and welcome the Minnesota Whitecaps!
We talk about the Wild’s decision to move on from Chuck Fletcher, and more!
The Wild are out of the playoffs again. Are big changes coming?
We preview the Wild-Jets series, then answer your mailbag questions!
We discuss the Blues missing the postseason, the Wild’s defense holding together, and praise Bruce Boudreau and Matt Dumba.
Joe and Tony cover all the fallout from Ryan Suter’s broken fibula.
The guys talk about the NHL All-Star Game, and the Wild’s needs at the Trade Deadline
We chat Minnesota coming off their bye week, then talk the Twins offseason with Twinkie Town’s Maija!
The Vikings take over this week’s podcast after their miracle win on Sunday!
The Hockey Wilderness Podcast is back, talking about Zach Parise, prospects, and more!
We break down a disappointing week for the Minnesota Wild.
We break down an injury-filled week for the Minnesota Wild. Can the team survive?
We open the Minnesota Wild season with 16 different viewpoints of how the season will go. Whose will stand the test of time?
We look at contracts for Mikko Koivu, Marcus Foligno, then check on the Wild at training camp
The Wild lock down two key free agents, and we draft our favorite sandwiches.
We break down the Wild’s big trade, then their free agent haul.
An inactive draft sets the stage for an inactive free agency period for the Minnesota Wild.
#mnwild has signed Nino Niederreiter to a five-year deal worth $26.25 million $5.25AAV, sources say. No no-trade protection— Michael Russo (@Russostrib) July 30, 2017
#mnwild has signed Nino Niederreiter to a five-year deal worth $26.25 million $5.25AAV, sources say. No no-trade protection
Sebastian Aho (@NHLCanes), Mikael Granlund (@mnwild) and Peter Budaj (@LAKings) named NHL's "Three Stars" of Week. https://t.co/bbXrVs2YW7— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) February 6, 2017
Sebastian Aho (@NHLCanes), Mikael Granlund (@mnwild) and Peter Budaj (@LAKings) named NHL's "Three Stars" of Week. https://t.co/bbXrVs2YW7