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Wilderness Walk: Let it Burn

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NHL: Buffalo Sabres at Los Angeles Kings
Wave goodbye to someone...
Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

Some men just want to watch the world burn... and so instead of actually just making the trade, Fletcher is sitting on (apparently) several different trade offers for both Jonas Brodin and Matt Dumba.... Fletcher dd nothing.

And so, instead of an objectively great song, I give you two. But simultaneously.

Wild News

Wild and NHL wait as expansion roster deadline nears - StarTribune.com One day after the Montreal Canadiens acquired and signed skilled Tampa Bay Lightning forward Jonathan Drouin, all was quiet on the trade front, not just with the Wild but with every team in the NHL as of early Friday night.

Niederreiter Not Concerned About Trade Rumors
If the Wild trade Nino, they almost certainly become a worse team. Virtually no way they get value back AND don't leave holes in the team.

Off the Trail

Report: Coyotes among multiple teams with serious interest in Rangers' Stepan | theScore.com
Something bigger may be brewing for the Arizona Coyotes.

McPhee 'may have to go around the clock' in assembling Golden Knights | theScore.com
MCPHEE. SCANDELLA IS HUGE. VERY BIG. TAKE HIM IN THE DRAFT. DO IT. DOOOOOO IT.

'Shocked' Sergachev learned of trade to Lightning via text from fan | theScore.com
On vacation in Cyprus, defenseman Mikhail Sergachev found out he was being traded from the Montreal Canadiens to the Tampa Bay Lightning via a random text message.

Separating contenders from pretenders in a rich goalie market | theScore.com
Here's a look at goalies available either as free agents, expansion candidates for the Vegas Golden Knights, or potential trade targets:

The expansion implications of the Drouin-Sergachev trade | theScore.com
Thursday's trade ahead of the NHL expansion draft pushed over the first domino in what's expected to be a frenzy of moves.

Looming expansion draft turns up trade chatter around NHL | theScore.com
The prospect of losing talent to Vegas is keeping a lot of NHL general managers up at night.