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Wilderness Walk for 9-21-2010

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Some interesting posts for your walk today. A first article of the season for Russo's #2, some statistical breakdown from the one and only James Mirtle, and plenty of other fun to be had. On this, the day after the Hockey Wilderness fantasy hockey draft, I figure at least 19 of you need something else to think about.

Enjoy the day all. Looks like a "beautiful" day here in Minnesota. Sunny and 70s. Blah.

Random Wild Photo Video of the Day:

 

Someone took the time to put together a highlight reel for Matt Cullen. Here it is.

Wild News:

Day Three #mnwild update | StarTribune.com - Russo's Rants covering day three. Good stuff, as always.

As always, Madden has something to prove | StarTribune.com - Excellent stuff fro Kent Youngblood. Madden's story is riveting, to be sure.

Falk impresses with more than his size | StarTribune.com - Not mentioned in many pre-camp posts, Falk looks be to be a front runner at this point.

Marek Zidlicky. Pierre-Marc Bouchard get in some non-practice skating for Wild - TwinCities.com - Not even sure this warranted being included, but here it is.

Training Camp Battles: Northwest Division - ProHockeyTalk - Hockey - NBC Sports - Circular Theory helps out ProHockeyTalk on NBC with his thoughts on Wild camp.

System News:

The Third Intermission: Meet your 2010-11 Aeros: Anton Khudobin - Borat gets some love from T3I.

Off the Trail:

NHLN U.S. announces 2010-11 pre-season broadcast schedule - NHL Network - If you have the NHL Network, you can watch quite a few games this preseason. Enjoy.

Top three centres around the NHL - The Globe and Mail - A breakdown of the top three centers in the league by age, height, and weight. Not altogether too useful at face value, but interesting none-the-less.

Foster perseveres through tragedy, injury - Kurtis Foster will likely be the only Edmonton Oiler that will get a standing ovation from the crowd at the X. Wishing nothing but the best for Fozzie.