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Wilderness Walk: Something in the Bushes

A collection of yesterday’s news and game reviews.

NHL: Minnesota Wild at Calgary Flames Sergei Belski-USA TODAY Sports

Tomorrow, the Minnesota Wild will play against the Vancouver Canucks, but for now, they have another day off.

As for the music, it’s definitely silly, but it’s been stuck in my head for the past few days.

Wild News

Wild goalie Alex Stalock eager to start despite tough circumstances | Star Tribune

“Coach Bruce Boudreau felt a little bad about starting Stalock under difficult circumstances, with the Wild seeking to end a two-game winless streak while playing on consecutive nights for the first time this season. “

Off the Trail

Flames place Jaromir Jagr on injured reserve | Flames Nation

Last year the Wild injured Johnny Gaudreau, and now they’ve injured the Jaromir Jagr. The hockey gods surely won’t be pleased.

What’s In a Name? The NHL’s “Original Six” | The Hockey Writers

Most hockey fans have heard the term “Original Six,” but many don’t know the origins of the title.

Appreciating Stamkos after he hit 600 points | NBC Sports

He may have reached it later than expected due to injuries, but Steven Stamkos recently reached the 600 point mark.

Baertschi powers Canucks past Red Wings | NHL.com

Tomorrow’s opponent handed the fourth straight loss to the Detroit Red Wings.

It’s time to take the Golden Knights seriously | Knights on Ice

“The honeymoon phase is over, and this might be the makings of a good hockey team.”

Can Golden Knights keep winning as they keep losing goalies? | NBC Sports

While the Golden Knights good start has been a surprise, injuries to Vegas’s top two goalies will surely stop their good run.