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Wilderness Walk for 11-23-2010

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We are pretty much on our own today, folks. Your entertainment for the day comes down to your ability to entertain yourself and to find a mass amount of enjoyment in very little.

Still with me? Really? I think I just lost me.

Since there isn't much here today, check out the Facebook Question of the Day, and consider a generous donation to the Hockey Wilderness Movember team. We would appreciate it. Other than that, enjoy your day. Looks like sunny and cold here in Minnesota. Perfect.

Wild News

Exhaustive traffic in defensive end bogs down offense | - Russo discusses the trend of horrible downturns. Looking at you second period.

Minnesota Wild players say there's a lot of upside left - - "After a disastrous 2009-10 season, the Wild seem to be turning things around under Richards, finding success in a aggressive, forecheck-oriented system that is, essentially, the polar opposite of Jacques Lemaire's defense-first system. Is it possible it simply took the Wild a year to figure it out" Indeed, John. They've got it all figured out. Stanley Cup parade? Planned.

KiPA's Korner

Hitting The Post: Slaughter in Jersey, as expected; Mason holds serve - New Jersey shut out the Caps. Without Brodeur. No, really.

That's it and that's all, folks. Get out there and soak up some sun. Or... you know... stay inside and be warm. It's up to you.

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