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Wilderness Walk for 1-11-2011: Game Day Edition

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Maybe if I glue my hand to Cal, they won't get rid of me...
Maybe if I glue my hand to Cal, they won't get rid of me...

Wow, lookie there. 1-11-11. That sure is neat. Right? Oh, wait. It is just another day? OK. Moving on.

It will be nice to actually get to watch some hockey tonight. After missing three wins, and then only catching parts of the third against the Stars, it will be very nice to actually see them play again. A big game, as they all have become now. The Preds are ahead of them in the standings, and those are the teams you need to beat. In a truly John Madden (football) moment, this is where you say: "They need to beat everyone. BOOM!" 

Not much for the Walk today. With no practice and a late flight, there was no news out of Wild brass. Although, Wild PR guru and Russo went to WWE RAW last night in Nashville. If you missed it on Twitter, they were providing live updates. Russo is reporting that wrestling may be fake. No confirmation on that yet.

While you wait for the game, check out the Facebook Question of the Day, will you?

Wild News


NHL Standings: Wild Now Serving Crow - SB Nation Minnesota - Weekly standings post over at SBNation Minnesota. Anyone else ever wonder what crow tastes like? I got to find out. Join me, will you?


Five Wild keys to second-half success | - The five things Russo says the Wild need to do to continue their recent success through the end of the year. 

Ups and downs, but back in the fray | - The Wild are, indeed, back in the fray. Hope is back in the fan base. Could be a bumpy ride.

Minnesota Wild's improved defense starting to pay off - - Looking at the Wild's PK.

Enemy News | Nashville Nashville Predators | The Tennessean - If you can dig your way past the BCS coverage, and the coverage of the Titians, the Preds are in there somewhere.

On the Forecheck - Visit Dirk and company. Always a good time.