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Wilderness Walk: Local Tunes

Minnesota Wild v Florida Panthers Photo by Joel Auerbach/Getty Images

Hey there Wilderness. Fun game, huh? Who says hockey is low-scoring? Devils fans, that’s who.

In the meanwhile, Buffy the Vampire Slayer turned 20 yesterday! If you haven’t watch the show, hop on netflix and check it out. Pretty stellar.

Anyhoo. Let’s get some local tunes and walk!

Wild News

Recap: Rested Winnipeg Jets Can't Defeat Tired Minnesota Wild | The Hockey Writers
The Winnipeg Jets couldn’t hold on and extend their point streak to six games, as a late goal by the Minnesota Wild saw the Jets lose 6-5.

Wild looks to bounce back tonight at Florida, will be patient with Hanzal |
Nino Niederreiter faces no discipline from the knee-on-knee with Tyler Johnson last night.

Wild rallies for 7-4 victory over Florida to end two-game skid |
Zach Parise scored the winner, and Minnesota tacked on two empty-net goals.

Wild's Martin Hanzal still struggling to find his place |
Pending free agent Martin Hanzal knew he would be traded by the Arizona Coyotes, the organization that drafted him 17th overall in 2005 and the only team he had played for before the Wild acquired him Feb. 26.

Tale of the Tourney

Ryan Sandelin's fourth goal rallies Hermantown to 6-5 victory over Cathedral in OT | MN Hockey Hub
The No. 1 seed and defending 1A champion Hawks trailed 5-2 late in the second period before staging a massive comeback.

Moorhead defeats Lakeville South 3-2 to earn shot at first state title | MN Hockey Hub
With goaltender Lance Leonard making 39 saves, the No. 3-seeded Spuds advanced to championship game for the eighth time in school history.

Hermantown coach Bruce Plante: 'You can't compare St. Thomas Academy to us' |
Hermantown will be gunning for its second straight Class 1A state championship when it takes on Monticello/Annandale/Maple Lake on Saturday afternoon at the Xcel Energy Center.

From Frozen Pond

Gophers men beat Spartans, then win Big Ten championship outright |
Gophers men shut out MSU to end on top for fourth season in a row.

Lee Stecklein leads Gophers in push for fourth consecutive NCAA women's hockey title |
Beating UMD is the next step if Lee Stecklein is going to reach that goal.