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Luke Kunin is back in a Minnesota Wild uniform just in time for the Wild to faceoff against the Montreal Canadiens.

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After a less than successful road trip through Western Canada, the Minnesota Wild are back tonight to play against the Montreal Canadiens at home. In addition, Luke Kunin is accompanying them for the first time since March, when he tore his ACL. If the lines remain the same as yesterday, Kunin will play on a line with Jordan Greenway and Joel Eriksson Ek.

Wild News

Kunin aims to fill void left behind by Koivu | Wild.com

“Rookie forward had three goals and six points in last four games with Iowa.”

Native Sons | Wild.com

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Off The Trail

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“Check this out as tensions boiled over at St. Louis Blues’ practice with Robert Bortuzzo and Zach Sanford pummeling each other.”

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“The Arizona Coyotes are looking at a three-goalie rotation for the foreseeable future with Antti Raanta out indefinitely, possibly the rest of the season.”

NHL sophomore surge: Five players bucking the trend of second-year slumps | The Hockey News

“A number of sophomore NHL skaters are building on their impressive 2017-18 rookie campaigns, including Pierre-Luc Dubois in Columbus and Kyle Connor in Winnipeg.”

The most surprising NHL players this season | ESPN

“Which player has been the biggest surprise in a good way this season?”

All Around The Nation

Buffalo Sabres’ Future in Goaltending | Die By The Blade

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Calle Rosen has been extended by the Toronto Maple Leafs | Pension Plan Puppets

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Have Third Periods Been a Problem for the 2018-19 New Jersey Devils? | All About The Jersey

“Since the New Jersey Devils have fallen to the bottom of the East, one wants to know why.”

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Brayden Schenn uses the f-bomb to describe the Blues: Fragile | St. Louis Game Time

“That’s really not a word you want your players saying.”