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Wilderness Walk: Tuesday terrors

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NHL: OCT 30 Wild at Blues Photo by Keith Gillett/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Let’s go over some news and notes:

- It’s time we checked in on the kids again. How’s Kirill Kaprizov doing? And what about the guys down in the AHL? [Hockey Wilderness]

- One day the Wild are going to win in overtime, and no one is going to know what to do with themselves. [Hockey Wilderness]

- It was obviously not ideal when Paul Fenton traded Charlie Coyle away. Luckily, the Wild may have an in-house replacement for Coyle. [Pioneer Press]

Off the trail...

- Milan Lucic, a noted bad hockey players and reckless individual, has been suspended for two games. [Matchsticks And Gasoline]

- The Golden Knights did a Dia de los Muertos night and it was pretty freaking cool. [NHL]

- The NHL isn’t exactly an LGBTQ-friendly league. When will that change, and what will it take? [The Athletic]

- Want to know what it was like to fight Bob Probert? Hear it from the people who actually did. [The Hockey News]

- There goes that man Connor McDavid.

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