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Wilderness Walk: A very scary start for the Wild!

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Minnesota Wild v St Louis Blues Photo by Joe Puetz/NHLI via Getty Images

Let’s go over some news and notes:

- The Wild lost again last night. This time it was the St. Louis Blues’ turn to beat them. The Wild are now 1-8 on the road this season. That’s good, right? [Hockey Wilderness]

- NHL fans are pretty confident the Wild are not going to qualify for the postseason. They’re not exactly wrong! [Hockey Wilderness]

- It’s Halloween. Things are supposed to be scary today. So let’s talk about Zach Parise’s start to the season, shall we? [The Athletic]

Off the trail...

- Dustin Byfuglien just had surgery on his ankle. He won’t be ready to play until the start of 2020 (if he even does come back). [Sportsnet]

- The Sharks really stink, and their awful goaltending is a huge reason why they’re so bad. [The Hockey News]

- Some very sad news — Hockey Hall of Famer and former NHL executive Jim Gregory has passed away at 83 years old. [NHL]

- Possibly the hardest hit you’ll see all season. Holy mackerel.

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