What was that? An offensive explosion from the least offensive team in the league? A collapse by a team in the middle of a ridiculous collapse? Who knows. There are a number of confusing things right now... and there are no answers.
If the Wild want to play more than the 11 games they have left in the regular season, they're going to need to figure it out, and fast.
In any case.... I have to believe a singer/songwriter who titles her drafts of songs "Sad Song #11" is appropriate for the Wild today.
Jason Pominville's Rise Fueled By Bounces | The Hockey Writers
Minnesota Wild winger Jason Pominville has exploded offensively over the last 12 games. Is it for real and what should we expect going forward?
Wild gives up season-high seven goals to Devils, NHL's lowest-scoring team | StarTribune.com
Before Devils fans even had a chance to settle into their seats and boo Zach Parise, New Jersey held a two-goal lead before cruising to a 7-4 trouncing of the Wild at Prudential Center.
Wild get whacked in New Jersey, 7-4 | Twin Cities
New Jersey hit the net three times on their first eight shots against Devan Dubnyk, sending him to the bench late in the opening period. Backup Darcy Kuemper didn’t fare much better. He gave up a goal on the first shot he faced
The Minnesota Wild Have No Time for Overtime
The Wild’s two overtime/shootout wins are the lowest by any team in the NHL. So what exactly has been the cause of the Wild’s overtime troubles?
Postgame: Wild's season ticking away, and team shows little fight, urgency in New Jersey | StarTribune.com
The more I read about this game, the more I'm glad I didn't actually see it.
Off the Trail
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CWHL: Clarkson Cup Wrap | Victory Press
A recap of the Clarkson Cup from the Victory Press
Mike Richter Award Finalists Announced | The Hockey Writers
Let’s Play Hockey and the Herb Brooks Foundation have announced the finalists for the Mike Richter Award, which honors the best goaltender in collegiate hockey.