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After last night's game, you would think I would be filled to the brim with snarky comments. Truth is? I got nothin'. The game against Dallas and last night's game were completely predictable, and yet still completely disappointing. All I can say is that anyone reading this should probably buy a barf bag, because it's going to be a rough one riding out this season.

Maybe we need Mike Tice to remind us to "Enjoy the season."

No game until Friday, and absolutely no practice today. Nothing. At all. No meeting, no workout. Nothing. Even Russo said he wasn't going to think about hockey. No one believed him, FYI. So, head over to Facebook for the Question of the Day. It's really all we have. Or... you could add to the discussion about Mikko and how to date him. Up to you. Le sigh.

Wild News

 

'Predators Way' preys on Wild once again | StarTribune.com - Barry Trotz, the greatest coach to never win anything. Seriously. The man could create a dynasty if he has some all star talent.

 

Burns happy, nervous over joining All-Stars | StarTribune.com - Some of the quotes makes it clear that Burnzie is going to tear that place up. Should be a good time.

 

Wild smashed in Smashville; Good news on Backstrom | StarTribune.com - Post game Rants, including news on Backstrom.

Minnesota Wild a step too slow against Nashville - TwinCities.com - Only a step? 

Minnesota Wild goalie Niklas Backstrom won't need surgery, could be back in a week - TwinCities.com - Another take on the news from Backstrom. After the past two games? Best. News. Ever.

Burns, Noreau All-Star Edition - Glen Andresen fires up the blog to discuss the all stars in the organization. Speaking of which... two years in a row Noreau is the lone Aero, yet still no call up. Very strange.

Burns! Then burned: Wild celebrates, then falls in Nashville | 1500 ESPN Twin Cities | Radio home of the Minnesota Twins - Local radio chimes in with their take on the game.

KiPA's Korner

Where have you gone, Joe DiMaggio?