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Wilderness Walk 3-3-2013: Game Day Edition

It is game day folks, the Edmonton Oilers roll into town tonight for their first meeting with the Minnesota Wild since Taylor Hall's dirty hit on Cal Clutterbuck.

Bet we get to see a few of these tonight.
Bet we get to see a few of these tonight.
Derek Leung

Welcome to the Walk today folks. Another game is on the horizon and so we come to you in an effort to get you up to speed about tonight's game against the Edmonton Oilers.

Wait, whats that? You already know the back story? But certainly you haven't heard about Cal Clutterbu.... oh, you have.

Well Wilderness, their isn't much to be said about this one. The Oilers come calling tonight at the X and you can bet your boots the atmosphere surrounding tonight's game is electric. The return of Taylor Hall ladies and gentleme... WHAT!?!?

You're telling me that sad sorry sonuffa-b may not even gear up tonight!?

Well fuck it then, games on at 7:00pm, stop by for some Game Day Thread action later and we can collectively deflect any fenwicks and corsi's that stray too close.

Wild News

Minnesota Wild-Oilers rematch more about standings than payback - - All games are about 2 points, duh. Its the game within the game we like to see! Kinda like that mini-game in Mario Party you will never admit you love!

NHL Preview - Edmonton Oilers at Minnesota Wild - Mar 03, 2013 - - A look ahead from a different angle

Revenge on Edmonton's Hall for his cheap hit may have to wait | - Both Minnesota papers looking for "Payback" or "Revenge". I just want to see someone mess up Hall's stupid face.

The Minnesota Wild March Madness - Gone Puck Wild - The Minnesota Wild are about to enter a rough stretch in their schedule. Will they survive the March Madness of the NHL?

Russo's NHL Insider: Wild needs league realignment | - Russo takes a gander and gives some insight on the upcoming push for realignment.

Tending The Fields

Reading Royals hammer Orlando Solar Bears 8-3. -
Yannick Tifu nets hat trick to lead Reading past Orlando 8-3 in ECHL.

Larsson plays like a veteran in Houston Aeros' 5-1 win over Abbotsford Heat - Yahoo! Sports Canada
Houston Aeros' rookie Johan Larsson played like a veteran Saturday night.

Off The Trail

Marian Hossa still among NHL’s best entering 1,000th game - Chicago Sun-Times - This guy, uhg ... he's a'ight, I suppose ...

Blackhawks anthem singer Jim Cornelison shatters beer mugs with voice, honoring Cubs legend (VIDEO) | Puck Daddy - So wait, not only do they have a kick ass team, their National Anthem singer can break glass with his voice? Not fair ...

Video: Daniel Alfredsson cross-checks Zac Rinaldo in the face | ProHockeyTalk - Seto was just fined, but he really didn't seek out the hit either. Weigh in on Alfredsson's crosscheck to Rinaldo's face Wilderness.

Canucks end 2-game losing streak, cool off Kings with 5-2 victory | - In divisional news...

The problem isn’t Alex Ovechkin, it’s Mike Milbury’s expectations | Backhand Shelf - Why does Milbury hate my cat?

Harry Zolnierczyk’s massive hit on Mike Lundin | Backhand Shelf - Former Wild D and local guy (literally graduated high school across the street from my house) Mike Lundin gets leveled, concussion symptoms follow.

N.H.L.’s Request for Video Rights Creates Quandary for Olympics - - Because after the lockout your just dying for more news about the "business side of things."

Enemy News

It has been brought to the attention of those of us at Hockey Wilderness the Oilers have no site here on the network. It is simply a black hole of nothingness, an endless chasm of darkness where few have ventured and even fewer have returned. If you must tread that direction, you're on your own, we do not condone or encourage any venturing off the trail, and as always, don't feed the trolls.

Will Edmonton Oiler winger Taylor Hall play in Minny after Clutterbuck hit? | Edmonton Journal - A Edmonton perspective on Hall's injury.

Blues score four unanswered goals to beat Edmonton - Recap of Oilers most recent loss to the St. Louis Blues.