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Wilderness Walk: Bill Guerin was never close to making a coaching change

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Let’s go over some news and notes:

- It’s looking like it may still be a bit longer before we see Devan Dubnyk in net again for the Wild. Family is more important than hockey, folks. [Hockey Wilderness]

- It sure sounds like the Wild have a pretty good chance of getting a Winter Classic soon! But what team would they face off against? [The Athletic]

- Bill Guerin could have made some sort of trade out of desperation during Minnesota’s horrendous start to the season, but patience would up paying off. And it sounds like firing Bruce Boudreau never once crossed Guerin’s mind. [ESPN]

Off the trail...

- Itching to find out when NHL Seattle will unveil its logo and colors? You may not have to wait much longer! [NHL]

- Commissioner Gary Bettman is well aware of what’s taken place in the NHL over the last few weeks. When it comes to abusive behavior, he won’t stand for it. [NHL]

- Remember the drama that developed between Erik Karlsson and Mike Hoffman some time ago? Well, they met for the first time as opponents the other night, and Hoffman wanted to drop the gloves. [theScore]

- This is eerie.

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