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Wilderness Walk: Moving Sucks Edition

The Minnesota Wild opened their doors to the fans yesterday for an open scrimmage. Unfortunately, yours truly was helping a friend move and missed it.

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Moving sucks! It has to be, by far, the worst task anyone has to undertake in their life. Every time I've done it in my life, I've always promised myself that next time would be different. Next time I would hire somebody to do if for me. This is a promise I have yet to keep.

I'm beat, and just want to rest right now. It didn't help that Friday night I moved all my couches out and brought some new seating into my home. I don't really have anything else of value to bring you.  I've put up some trail posts for you today, but you will be walking on your own. Happy trails!

Wild News

Wild's Ryan Suter talks about the loss of his father | Star Tribune
I find it amazing how a lot of athletes can compartmentalize such a devastating event on ones life, and get out there and just play.

Kuemper rusty but not worried; Haula, Fontaine, Niederreiter among those shining early | Russo's Rants |
Some shined while some are still getting their feet wet at training camp.

First Round Bust: Just Trying to Capture the Spirit of the Thing.
Kari Takko name drop ahead! This guy knows me so well!

Scrimmage Caps Off Wild Second Day - Minnesota Wild - News
A scrimmage in review.

Haula shows he's still driven to excel -
Erik Haula ready to turn it on this season.

Wild punch up training camp in hopes of better season start -
Head coach Mike Yeo is making changes to how the team approaches training camp and preseason games this year.

Off the Trail

Reigning Champs LA Kings Begin Quest Of 3rd NHL Title In 4 Seasons " CBS Los Angeles
Can the Kings find the promised land yet again? God I hope not!

Luongo’s ‘mind is at ease’ in Florida | ProHockeyTalk
Lougy happy to be out of the drama filled spotlight in Vancouver.

Report: Johansen has gotten no shortage of KHL offers | ProHockeyTalk
But, I thought the KHL was only obsessed with the Minnesota Wild.