That was a tough game to watch the Wild lose after tying it up. After the game, Head Coach Bruce Boudreau walked out of the presser after one question and the team held a players only meeting.
Boudreau: "Listen, we stunk in the 1st, we better come back in the 2nd. Resilient? You make us sound like we're good- I'm done."#hockeyguy— KFAN1003 (@KFAN1003) March 20, 2017
Players held closed-door meeting after game.— Kent Youngblood (@BloodStrib) March 20, 2017
Luckily, most of the Wild’s remaining games are against non-playoff teams. Hopefully, this easier stretch of games will give the Wild a chance to reset and regain their form before the playoffs.
After fighting to tie the game, the Wild couldn’t solve Michael Hutchinson in the final period.
Soon after taking the Wild Head Coaching job, Bruce Boudreau felt like he had a star waiting to break out in Mikael Granlund.
Eric Staal’s new situation is letting him have more fun and better results on the ice.
Off the Trail
In an unexpected upset, the Beauts defeated the Boston Pride for the NWHL’s Isobel Cup.
Both the Gophers and Bulldogs finished well and earned number one seeds inthe upcoming tournament.
Players and executives will meet today in an attempt to settle the dispute which could see the U.S. Women’s Hockey team boycott the upcoming World Championships.
The mumps has been making its way around the NHL and has most recently struck the Calgary Flames.