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Minnesota Wild v St Louis Blues - Game Four Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images

It’s today. The Wild have one shot. Here’s hoping they don’t miss their chance to blow (the Blues away). This opportunity knocks just once in a lifetime season. OK, that song won’t work.

Ah, here it is. He’ll appear! Our knight in shining armor!

Wild News

Wild know pressure is still 'all on us' heading into Game 5 | (Twin Cities)
The Wild trail the St. Louis Blues 3-1 in the best-of-seven series that continues with a 2 p.m. puck drop Saturday at Xcel Energy Center.

Cheating on the faceoff dot is delaying Wild-Blues games | (Star Tribune)
Blues are accusing the Wild of cheating.

Wild, Blues are resigned to low-scoring series | (Star Tribune)
A series involving Yeo as a coach is low-scoring? Shock! Awe!

Haula, Wild ready for Game 5 | (Star Tribune)
Haula, who was hurt in Game 2 but played in Game 3, said it was agonizing to sit out a potential elimination game Wednesday.

St. Louis Blues Defense Key to Beating Minnesota Wild | The Hockey Writers (The Hockey Writers)
If your defensive success relies on a goaltender posting a .970, your defensive plan is trash.

Off the Trail

Watch: Ref makes definitive no-goal call after save by Leafs' Andersen | (
Never change, Wes McCauley.

Twitter reacts to Bruins' disallowed OT goal | (
Upon further review, no goal.

Watch: Williams puts Maple Leafs on brink of elimination with Game 5 OT winner | (
Justin Williams fired the overtime winner past Frederik Andersen just 1:04 into the extra frame to give the Capitals a 3-2 series lead over the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Top NHL Free Agents in 2017 | The Hockey Writers (The Hockey Writers)
Read #15 and rage.