Let’s just turn the page on what happened Friday night for the Wild. A 7-2 loss against the Oilers, and the Wild are now tied for 9th in the Western Conference. The Wild were once 11-4-2 and things were looking up. Could this be the year the Wild get out of the first round of the playoffs? Oh my wouldn’t that be cool. However, times have changed. The Wild are now 15-12-2, and need something to change fast.
"Disappointed with myself...I take a lot of pride in calming things down if it's feeling a little crazy. Obviously that just fuels the situation so I'll definitely take responsibility for that." — Devan Dubnyk pic.twitter.com/7v73cKUu9B— Minnesota Wild (@mnwild) December 8, 2018
“It’s a test of character now. You either bounce back, or you start blaming everybody else.”— Minnesota Wild (@mnwild) December 8, 2018
More from Bruce Boudreau pic.twitter.com/vdNYgJrKAu
Tending the fields
On the frozen pond
Final in Mankato. #3 Minnesota State ups record to 13-2-0 (8-1-0 WCHA) and stays perfect at home (8-0-0) with 4-1 win over UAA. pic.twitter.com/Y67OcD12UZ— MinnStateMHockey (@MavHockey) December 8, 2018