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Wilderness Walk: June?

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Is it June yet? I think it's June. Last time I was a little off though.

Kind of how this is a little off:

Wild News

Minnesota Wild: Jason Pominville Will Succeed Next Season | Gone Puck Wild
It’s not a stretch to say that Minnesota Wild forward Jason Pominville had the worst season of his 13 year NHL career.

Off the Trail

5 Players Re-Entering the Draft Worth a Second Look | The Hockey Writers
The deadline has come and gone for teams to sign 2014 draft picks not playing in foreign leagues or the NCAA. Some of the picks will become free agents, and others are eligible re-enter the draft. As with most years, some of those players will be re-drafted, but this year there are a few players being tossed back into the pond that could be a real catch.

Brent Burns has turned a larger-than-life NHL star | StarTribune.com
Because of his exciting style on the ice and fun appearance off the ice, Burns has become one of the NHL's most popular and recognizable players.

Patrik Laine injures left knee during Combine tests | theScore.com
The projected No. 2 overall selection was unable to finish the VO2 max bike test at the NHL Combine after experiencing discomfort in his left knee eight minutes into the rigorous endurance test.

Report: Radulov seeking 2-year, $15M NHL deal | theScore.com
The former Nashville Predators forward is eyeing a return to the NHL after four seasons in the KHL, but his contract demands reportedly far exceed what at least one team is willing to pay.

5 teams that won the Stanley Cup after losing first 2 games of Final | theScore.com
Beginning Game 3 on Saturday, the San Jose Sharks are going to attempt to accomplish what only five of 49 NHL teams have done before them: come back from a 2-0 hole in the Stanley Cup Final.