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Wilderness Walk: Labor Day Edition

While everyone else has been getting ready for Labor Day, Nate Schmidt was suspended for 20 games.

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Happy Labor Day! To celebrate, there’s even a Minnesota Wild related article today.

Wild News

The Wild Beat Boudreau: Jordan Greenway is ready to stay in the NHL | Star Tribune

“It’s his job to lose.”

Off The Trail

Golden Knight’s Schmidt Suspended 20 Games for Performance Enhancing Substance Violation | The Hockey News

“Vegas Golden Knights defenseman Nate Schmidt has been suspended 20 games for violating the NHL/NHLPA Performance Enhancing Substances Program, but said he disagrees with the ban and “will not accept being labelled a cheater.’”

French Forward Betty Jouanny Is Loaded for Bear | The Hockey Writers

“Djurgårdens IF’s Betty Jouanny is an absolute testament to perseverance in the face of repeated setbacks.”

The All-UFA Team: Which remaining free agents fill out the lineup? | The Hockey News

“Here are the best players available at each position and what they could bring to an NHL team this coming season.”

All Around Nation

How Nate Schmidt’s suspension impacts Shea Theodore’s contract dispute | Knights On Ice

“Could a resolution be on the horizon?”

2018 Women’s Hockey Top 25 Under 25 | No. 1: Alex Carpenter | The Ice Garden

“For the second straight year, Carpenter finishes first on our Top 25 Under 25. But is she ranked too high?”

Shea Weber’s injury could be a major opportunity for Cale Fleury | Eyes On The Prize

“The 2017 draft pick could follow in Victor Mete’s footsteps this fall.”

Will Defense Scoring Improve? | All About The Jersey

“While we debate on this website whether or not the Devils will have more secondary scoring next year, today I wanted to add in defense-specific scoring to add to that discussion.”

The State of the Nashville Net | On The Forecheck

“We know Saros is Rinne’s current backup, but what does the future hold for Nashville’s goaltenders?”