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Wilderness Walk: Well that was a thing

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NHL: Minnesota Wild at St. Louis Blues Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

Wilderness, that was a heck of a road trip. Tonight, we get to see if the Wild can keep it going at home.... I’d put my money on yes. Either way, let’s walk! What better way to walk than with possibly the greatest 24 minutes of live music of all time?

(On a side note.. Bohemian Rhapsody (the movie) is really quite good. Much better than I thought it would be).

Wild News

Wild returns from long, successful road trip after beating the Blues | StarTribune.com
Having just rattled off five straight victories, the Wild was far from a footnote in the NHL when it set out on a franchise-record seven consecutive road games last month.

'Believe a little bit more': Eriksson Ek sees confidence renewed | StarTribune.com
This emergence from Eriksson Ek has coincided with him rejoining Greenway and winger Charlie Coyle on a line, a unit that worked together at the start of the season.

Off the Trail

NHL Announces Tentative Deal in Concussion Lawsuit | The Hockey Writers
Over 100 former players (318 plaintiffs) brought the suit forth to the NHL after alleging the league did not do enough to warn players of the dangers of repeated head trauma and how to handle injuries to the head during their playing careers.

The Grind Line: Will Steve Yzerman Be Back & What Would He Change? | The Hockey Writers
I can think of worse GMs to hire...

Best '90s NHL Jerseys: The Top 5 Forgotten Logos | The Hockey Writers
Most of these are great. One is trash.

Old Tracks

(This news is a week old, but I fell asleep building the Walk and they were never posted)

Video surfaces of Sens players mocking coaching staff | theScore.com
Well this is a tad embarrassing for the Senators.

Wild's J.T. Brown raises his game for Wild | Twincities.com
J.T. Brown rushed into the offensive zone alone on a breakaway Saturday in St. Louis with only leaky goaltender Jake Allen separating him from the first goal of his Wild career.