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Wilderness Walk: Big Big News!

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Guys! Big news! Former US Men’s National Team call-up and former Minnesota United FC player Miguel Ibarra has re-signed with the team!

To make things better, 2-time NASL golden boot winner (most goals in the league) Christian Ramirez has ALSO re-signed with the league! This is great news guys. Great great news!

This kind of news can ONLY be celebrated in unique fashion. How about Bohemian Rhapsody.... as played by a 100-year-old fairground organ?

Wild News

Minnesota Wild are Stuck With Pominville and His Lower Prodcution | Gone Puck Wild
Pominville is broken, and not likely to be fixed anytime soon.

Parise plays best game of the season after talk with Boudreau |
Fifteen hours later, those on the Eric Staal line were still crediting the Mikko Koivu line for Thursday’s comeback 5-4 victory at San Jose.

Wild leads the West but don't mention All-Star Game to Boudreau |
Any point by the Wild in its next two games or lost point by the Blackhawks in their next three means Bruce Boudreau will coach the Central Division in the All-Star Game later this month here in Los Angeles.

Off the Trail

Canucks own NHL's longest active win streak at 6 |
With the Columbus Blue Jackets and Minnesota Wild's historic winning streaks now over, it's the Vancouver Canucks riding the biggest wave.

Matheson writes 'FLL' on skates to honor victims of airport tragedy |
Florida Panthers defenseman Michael Matheson wore the initials "FLL" on his skates Friday versus the Nashville Predators, honoring the victims and first responders involved in the tragedy at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.

Matheson led Panthers' tribute for 'tight-knit' South Florida community |
Michael Matheson's mind was still on the tragic events at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport after Friday's win over the Nashville Predators.

Pacioretty: Fewer complaints about shootouts when Price, Toews won |
One day later, Montreal Canadiens captain - and proud American - Max Pacioretty, gave his two cents on the tournament's format, insisting Canada might be playing the role of sore loser.