Good morning, Wilderness! The Wild got a big win that looked more like the Wild we expect to see.
Before last night's game, a heavy metal icon and legend, one Lemmy Kilmister, passed away at age 70 after a battle with cancer. The front man for Motorhead usually rocked a Rickenbacker and cranked it to 15 on the volume knob. He positioned the microphone so that he had to look up and extend his neck to unleash the crunchy, raspy vocals his fans have come to love. Lemmy was a heavy metal icon since the '70's, and lived the rock 'n' roll life to the fullest, yet inspring so many great bands throughout his life. If you want to sum up Motorhead, just listened to the speed metal favorite "Ace Of Spades." While a great song, true die hard fans will point to other great songs like, "Killed by Death," "Overkill" and so on, but Spades just perfectly defines the kind of band Motorhead was with Lemmy at the front. The music world lost a true icon and cancer indeed proves that it sucks again.
Anyways, for the music selection we chose the classic Motorhead song, "Bomber." Cause Charlie Coyle "shoots to kill."
On the the Links!!!
Injured Dubnyk comes to the rescue as Wild tops Red Wings - StarTribune.com
Do we know what happened to Darcy?
Postgame: Wild wraps up so-so homestand by looking like old self in win over Detroit - StarTribune.com
Yeo is right, it wasn't a good homestand, but it wasn't terrible either. The Wild are 14-5-1 at home and are tied for the 3rd best home record in the league.
Wild's Fontaine scratched, needed a 'good chat' - StarTribune.com
It just feels like Yeo is taking it out on the wrong guys.
Minnesota Wild's Devan Dubnyk steps in, stops Red Wings - TwinCities.com
Dubnyk, with a tender wing, stops the Red Wings
Minnesota 3, Detroit 1: Blashill blasts: 'Not close to good enough'
Blashill thinks they sucked
World Junior News
World Junior Hockey Championships 2016 Results: Monday Group Scores, Reaction | Bleacher Report
USA went 0-for-8 on the PP, and Ghostface Kirilla is a beast for top rated and WJC favorite Russia.
Oilers may represent Kassian's last chance in NHL - Sportsnet.ca
Because the Oilers need less goaltending...
Sabres' Evander Kane addresses sex offense investigation
Yeah, yeah, It's the same lines everyone any where that's been accused says...
NHL to host women's Winter Classic on Dec. 31 - NHL - SI.com
The Boston Pride of the NWHL take on Les Canadiennes of the CWHL at Gillette Stadium on Dec. 31 While some people think this is a great step forward, some think its not enough because the game is played during the men's media availability. If the media isn't going to cover it with the kind of fervor that it deserves, why hold it at all?