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Wilderness Walk 10-16-2010

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Game day Walk, folks. You know what that means. Make your own caption for the picture above in the comments.

I have also re-introduced the "Enemy News" section back in. Today, not only do you get to see what is going on around the Twin Cities, you also get a taste of what the media coverage is like in the opposing city, and what is going on with the team. Maybe that gives you a little insight, maybe it just really annoys you. Either way, there it is.

Today's local news is fairly brief. T3I, KiPA, and the beat writers. Well... a beat writer and a back-up beat writer.

Enjoy your day, all. It's going to be just fantastic for me.

Wild News:

Some gaudy power play numbers |  - The power play has been pretty good. So good, the Wild had a Twitter contest giving away tickets You were to finish the sentence: "The Wild power play is so good it...." They already announced the winner. Anyone got one? Mine was "The Wild power play is so good it laughed at Greg Zanon. And lived."

New Wild assistant Rick Wilson makes his mark | - Kent Youngblood with a good look at the turn around in the defensive play of the Wild.

Wild players get an early wakeup call from coach Todd Richards - - The Pioneer Press has a look at the coach being the coach.

Enemy News:

Columbus Blue Jackets news, stats, photos, video | BlueJacketsXtra - All of your Blue Jacket coverage from the Columbus Dispatch

The Cannon - SBN's Blue Jackets blog. Please to be enjoying.

From the Farm:

The Third Intermission: Houston Aeros/West Division Season Preview - T3I gives us a look at the season ahead. By the way... Casey Wellman had a game winning goal in OT, with an assist to Nate Prosser. It's got a certain ring to it, eh?

T3I also finished up their "Meet Your 2010-11 Aeros series. Here are the final posts:

The Third Intermission: Meet Your 2010-11 Aeros: Casey Wellman

The Third Intermission: Meet Your 2010-11 Aeros: Nate Prosser

The Third Intermission: Meet Your 2010-11 Aeros: Jared Spurgeon

The Third Intermission: Meet your 2010-11 Aeros: Marco Scandella

KiPA's Korner:

Hitting The Post: Toronto will never lose - I'm OK with that. One, it makes PPP a happier place, and Two it makes Kessel a real threat in the leagues I own him in.