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Wilderness Walk: In Remembrance

The hockey community remembers Bryan Murray, who passed over the weekend.

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The hockey community lost a longtime hockey figure over the weekend in Bryan Murray, a former coach and general manager.

Meanwhile, the Minnesota Wild have yet to sign Marcus Foligno or any other player to fill out the roster.

Wild News

NHL 100 in 100: Stars comeback dashed by Wild | Sportsnet

I’m stretching the definition of news here.

Tending the Fields

For Americans 14 and younger, icing on penalty kill won’t be allowed | Boston Globe

USA Hockey has instituted a new rule for youth hockey starting this year.

Off the Trail

Former Senators GM, coach Bryan Murray dead at 74 | Sportsnet

“Bryan Murray was a glorious hockey mind and a mentor that left his mark across junior hockey and the NHL.”

Remembering Bryan Murray, legendary NHL coach and GM | Yahoo Sports

“Bryan Murray was a hockey lifer, and hockey was better for this man having dedicated his life to it.”

Haula hopes to build legacy with Golden Knights | The Score

Erik Haula is moving on from his time in Minnesota.

All Around the Nation

Hockey East Recruiting Update: ‘01s and ‘02s Going Quickly | College Hockey

Alt-right hate group uses Red Wings logo, team issues statement | Winging it in Motown

Wayne Gretzky thinks Golden Knights can boost hockey’s growth in the west | Knights on Ice

Comparing Oliver Ekman Larsson and Victor Hedman | Five for Howling

Party like it’s 2013: The Bruins should sign Jaromir Jagr | Stanley Cup of Chowder

Where does Tarasenko rank in the NHL’s best wingers? | St Louis Game Time

A Brief Look at the New Jersey Devils Roster for the 2018 Offseason | All About the Jersey