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My fault! I meant to build the walk while watching the 6:30 soccer match, but fell asleep. I blame being at the fair till 11:30 last night.

Here you go!

Wild News

Minnesota Wild: Where Will Bouramman Play Next Season? | Gone Puck Wild
The Minnesota Wild inked Bouramman to a entry-level contract, and after a great OHL season he'll have a lot of options of where he could play next season.

Minnesota Wild Sign Gustav Bouramman, But Future Uncertain | The Hockey Writers
The Minnesota Wild inked 19-year-old defenseman Gustav Bouramman to his entry-level deal on Friday. He’ll get the standard three years, but there are still significant questions as to where he will play this season.

Wild signs Gustav Bouramman to three-year contract | StarTribune.com
Bouramman, 19, scored six goals and 40 assists and had 43 penalty minutes in 68 games with Sault Ste. Marie of the Ontario Hockey League in 2015-16

Off the Trail

Bednar the Avs' 1st head coach with no previous ties to organization | theScore.com
The Colorado Avalanche general manager settled on Jared Bednar as his club's new head coach, and Bednar, named to the position Thursday, is the first Avalanche head coach with no history with the organization, writes NHL.com's Rick Sadowski.

Las Vegas owner confirms registration of 'Desert Knights' domain names | theScore.com
Owner Bill Foley has confirmed the registration of domain names that include "Desert Knights," according to Amber Dixon of NBC Las Vegas.

Veteran referee Chris Rooney will miss World Cup after rupturing Achilles | theScore.com
Veteran referee Chris Rooney ruptured his Achilles while running and will be out three-to-five months following surgery, according to John Buccigross of ESPN.

Watch: Burglar in goalie gear steals 2 cases of beer | theScore.com
Oh, Canada

Save By Sakic: Jared Bednar and return of Colorado Avalanche | Puck Daddy
We can’t stress that last point enough: This is a coach many considered to be a top-flight AHL prospect, with the potential to make the leap to the NHL. But he was stuck behind John Tortorella – a John Davidson hire – in Columbus. He was going to have to leave the organization to take the next step. It’s just incredible that the Jackets allowed him to take it with a month before the season.