It's been 4 months since the Wild's last rough stretch, and fans all over across the State of Hockey (And no, we're not talking about Chicago) aren't sure of what to now that a new one has arrived. Tony and Joe sat down after the loss to Chicago to break down what it means, the struggles of Matt Dumba, the Minnesota High School Boy's Tournament, and more!
- The State of Hockey Song Project or whatever they're calling it
- The High School Tournament
- Tony gets talked into liking St. Thomas
- Casey Middlestadt's kinda-sorta disappointing 5-point showing
- Bruce Boudreau's quick hook with Devan Dubnyk
- Why people are piling on a struggling Matt Dumba
- Examining whether Dumba's making an impact offensively
- The warts in Ryan White's game
- Whether it's time to start re-evaluating Alex Stalock
- Media narratives about the Wild we want to destroy
- Why has the defense struggled lately?
- Why didn't the Wild trade for a defenseman at the deadline?
- Is the Hanzal trade responsible for the team's struggles?
- Having to watch national games in French to avoid Doc Emrick
- Nino Niederreiter's mad ukulele skills
And much more!
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