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2016 Coors Light Stadium Series - Chicago Blackhawks v Minnesota Wild Photo by Jamie Sabau/NHLI via Getty Images

Let’s go over some news and notes:

- Not only did the Wild win a game last night, but they won a game while on the road! Good things are happening. [Hockey Wilderness]

- NHL players think the Wild have some really good visiting locker rooms, so that stands for something, right? [ESPN]

Off the trail...

- Are you dying to know what Seattle’s NHL team will be called? All you have to do is wait until the All-Star break. [Sportsnet]

- Do you want the Ottawa Senators to move? Well, I have bad news. That probably isn’t going to happen. [Silver Seven]

- Turns out all Kevin Shattenkirk needed to get his career back on track was to get out of New York. [The Hockey News]

- Drug use certainly isn’t smiled upon in the NHL, but that doesn’t stop some players from doing some of the worst drugs on the market. [The Athletic]

- Sounds like Sharks forward Evander Kane is in some trouble. [ESPN]

- Check this out. A 3-on-0 overtime winner!

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