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Wilderness Walk: Jason Zucker calls out Bruce Boudreau

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Let’s go over some news and notes:

- You’re never going to believe this, but the Wild lost again. That’s right — through seven games, Minnesota is 1-6-0. Just awful. [Hockey Wilderness]

- With such a horrible start to the season, frustration is running rampant. Jason Zucker believes everyone on the team needs to be better moving forward. Including head coach Bruce Boudreau.

Off the trail...

- The trade deadline is still months away, but it’s never too early to start connecting the dots and predicting where the trade chips will land. [The Athletic]

- Bad news for the Maple Leafs. It’s looking like John Tavares, the new captain in Toronto, could be out for a little bit. [Pension Plan Puppets]

- It appears many of the Canadian markets are having a hard time selling out games. Yikes. [The Hockey News]

- Valentin Zykov did a bad thing and has been using PEDs for four years without knowing what they were. Not very smart! [Knights On Ice]

- Jaromir Jagr is 47 years old, but still looks to be an absolute unit.

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