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Wilderness Walk: It's Here! (Again)

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Well, after last night's game STARTED out good... got bad, got good again, got bad, got worse, got good, then collapsed.

Then there was a moment of life... but ultimately no. The Wild failed to beat the Sabres. Granted, it's preseason so it matters not even a little. Wild were basically undefeated and had the best PP in the world last season... so maybe this is a great omen?

For today's video, enjoy a jazz favorite from Stan Kenton. It's great.

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Wild News

Wild Xtra Prospect Rankings: #2 Mike Reilly | Wild Xtra
Reilly is here, and he's looking for blood.

Top 10 2015-2016 Nonconference Games | Title IX Hockey
Title IX Hockey takes a look at some big upcoming hockey games.

The Minnesota Wild Franchise Four | The Hockey Writers
Well, three outta four correct ain't bad.

Wild's projected lineup for Winnipeg; Wild sends six back to junior |
today, the Wild cut down its training camp roster to 52, returning Gustav Bouramman to OHL Sault Ste. Marie, Reid Duke to WHL Brandon, Tanner Faith to WHL Kootenay, Chase Lang to WHL Calgary, Hunter Warner to WHL Prince Albert and Jack Walker to WHL Victoria (released from amateur tryout).

Wild unveils an altered power-play setup for tonight |
Well... they scored once? (twice kinda?)

Wild's Vanek feels he's become more of a playmaker |
Thomas Vanek’s outlook is fresher, after a year of injuries and struggling to score.

Minnesota Wild cash in right away with revamped power play |
And it paid off!??

Wild: Erik Haula only looking ahead |
"Haula I think is a guy that deserves some credit for the way he is playing so far," coach Mike Yeo said. "He has come into camp in good shape. ... He certainly is well ahead of where he was last year at this time. That's a positive for him and for us both."

Wild Season Preview: Getting over the hump | theScore
Make no mistake: This Mike Yeo-led team can make the Western Conference finals, maybe even the Stanley Cup Final, even if only one player on the roster finishes with more than 60 points. But it would probably help if the Wild's road didn't go through Chicago.

Off the Trail

Report: John Tortorella to be named head coach of USA's World Cup team | theScore
*giggling. Unrepentant, uncontrollable giggling*