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Wilderness Walk: Away

Digging deep to bring you news about the Wild in August.

Alex Tuch has a boo boo.
Alex Tuch has a boo boo.
Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

It was a rough day for Wild prospects taking part in the World Juniors for Team USA as Alex Tuch injured his knee in the first period of a 10-3 debacle against Kaapo Kahkonen and Team Finland.  The next punch landed squarely on Wild #2 pick Jordan Greenway who was cut from Team USA and will pack his bags and head for Boston University in the Fall.  Joel Eriksson-Ek has tallied an assist and Louie Belpedio remains on the USA squad.

A slow day as expected in August.  Only 64 days til opening night.  We Walk.

Wild News

Wild's Suter skates for charity | FOX Sports
Suter is a good dude who gives back.

Tending The Fields - Wild prospect Tuch injured in exhibition game - 2016 World Junior Championship
#RuhRoh - USA Hockey releases six players from WJC camp - 2016 World Junior Championship
The 2016 World Junior Championship will be played in Helsinki, Finland from Dec. 26, 2015 to Jan. 5, 2016.

2015 Final U.S. National Junior Evaluation Camp Roster
Wild prospects Belpedio and Tuch make the roster, but Jordan Greenway was cut.

Off The Trail

Big Bad Blog " Sources: MLB Advanced Media to take over NHL Network, web operations, apps, streaming video
MLB takes over and NHL Network

Matt Nieto succumbs to Dark Side with custom Star Wars figurine (Photos) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports

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Even if his team hasn't won a Stanley Cup since 2009 Sidney Crosby is still the best player in hockey. But how much longer will he hold that title, and who will take it away from him?

Summer Stock: Winnipeg Jets - Articles - Articles - Homepage - Wild Xtra
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