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Wilderness Walk: Trying to Relax

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Between the Wild's terrible play the last few days weeks several months and the news that Parise has been playing for months on a herniated disc, I'm having a tough time staying calm.

What a fiasco. What a clownshow. I'm tempted to have the music be "Send in the clowns" solely because the last line is "don't bother, they're here." Disastrous, on every level. Zach, for not sitting himself. Yeo and Torchetti for not sitting him. Fletcher for not protecting the player that's signed till the gosh-durn apocalypse. Leipold for not protecting his monetary investment.


Instead, I offer some advice for myself as well as everyone else. I'm not  a huge fan of hip hop or rap, but this is utter brilliance.

Wild News

What We Learned: Is this the best the Minnesota Wild can do? | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Wild fans will lambast Lambert, but he pretty much nails this on the head.

Seguin returns to practice for Dallas, but Parise and Haula out again for Wild |
This is the most frustrating possible way to have a player out injured. What the heck.

Looking Back on a Wild Season | The Hockey Writers
Hot start, predictable swoon... failure to recover.

Wild preparing as if Parise won't play in playoff opener Thursday |
This is unconscionable.

Wild could be without Parise, Haula for playoff opener |
Missing Vanek, Parise, and playing like trash? What could go wrong???

Off the Trail

Jaromir Jagr....You Gotta Have Hart | the Hockey Writers
The Hart Memorial Trophy is an annual award given to the player judged to be the most valuable to his team. The winner is selected in a poll of the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association in all NHL cities at the end of the regular season.

Which Goalie Should Start Game One for Dallas? | The Hockey Writers
While the upcoming playoff series against the Minnesota Wild is a certainty, the goalie who will man the pipes in game one is still very much in doubt for the Dallas Stars.

Report: Senators' Karlsson will not play at World Championship |
The 25-year-old is coming off his first 80-point season and the first by a defenseman since Nicklas Lidstrom accomplished the feat in 2006.

5 rookies to watch in the Stanley Cup playoffs |
Prepare to salivate.

Coyotes relieve Don Maloney of GM duties |
Should the Wild take a look at Maloney?