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Wilderness Walk for 11-15-2010

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All I know is that if you skip the Walk today, you are going to miss out. While I still cannot get the original post to load (as the site is overwhelmed), we have a post about the original post with some quotes that you just cannot miss. Cannot. Don't even try to avoid this, you can't.

I'll get right to it, but don't forget to head to Facebook for the Question of the Day. In your anger after reading the post du jour, remember that making a donation the Hockey Wilderness Movember team would make you feel better, and that the Hockey Wilderness store is open for your shopping needs.

First Things First

Colin Campbell exposed: Says Marc Savard is "biggest faker going"; berates officials for picking on his son | ProHockeyTalk - This will be the discussion today. The league's supposedly unbiased disciplinarian is about as biased as they come, and this needs to be addressed by the league. The original link is overwhelmed right now, but as soon as the traffic lets up, I'll dig into it. For now, Hockey Joe has his thoughts on it, which will serve as a basis for discussion for now.

Wild News

Wild 4, Tampa Bay Lightning 1; Clutterbuck injured | StarTribune.com - Post game Russo's Rants

With Backstrom sharp, first-period lead holds up | StarTribune.com - Score early, score often, then allow your goalie to get shelled. This could be a very long season.

Prospect's callup turns into a travel whirlwind | StarTribune.com - Cody Almond may be the only guy with more mileage this week than Russo.

Sunday's Three Stars: Backstrom saves Wild; Gabby's trick - Puck Daddy - NHL  - Yahoo! Sports - Backstrom lands the #1 star on Puck Daddy. Again.

Minnesota Wild's Antti Miettinen in higher gear after injury - TwinCities.com - Brothers has little bit on Mittens playing well. No mention that Antti has done this before. Scores in bunches folks. Scores in bunches.

Signs of progress evident for Wild as NIklas Backstrom, defense stymie Tampa Bay - TwinCities.com - Progress can only be defined if it is maintained. We have yet to see that.