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Wilderness Walk: Another Wild Win?

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The Wild have certainly been in a slump recently. Results have been hard to come by, with a few exceptions.

In any case. Ever since a certain Noogie turned me onto a video with 5 tips to drum like Travis Barker.... and ever since I’ve been on a Blink kick.

So, enjoy this decent drum cover of Trav and let’s walk.

Wild News

20 Fantasy Thoughts: NHL trade deadline edition |
It’s shaping up to be a crazy next 24 hours or so in the NHL world leading up to Monday’s 3 p.m. ET trade deadline. But how will that effect the Wild?

Deals aside, Wild has the roster it will trust in playoff push |
Translation: no more trades?

Ryan Donato's OT goal in home debut gives Wild third victory in a row, 2-1 over Blues |
In the final game before the trade deadline, the Wild earned its third victory in a row.

Wild hope win over Blues was enough to convince GM Paul Fenton not to sell |
Another Wild Win.... on a roll?

College Kiddos

Gophers women’s hockey team wins to earn WCHA regular-season title | Twin Cities
The Gophers women’s hockey team concluded its regular season with a 4-3 victory over Bemidji State on Saturday night at Bemidji, Minn.

Men’s hockey: Gophers edge Notre Dame in regular-season finale | Twin Cities
As their coach had predicted, the Minnesota Gophers’ roller coaster of a season took a positive turn Saturday. They produced the defensive effort, and three conference points that they desperately needed, in a 2-1 win over Notre Dame at Mariucci Arena.

The TourneyClass A girls hockey: Breck bests Warroad again for second straight state title | Twin Cities
Breck had some turnover this offseason, as former coach Ronda Engelhardt left to coach the Minnesota Whitecaps, and in came Persian and fellow coach Keith Radloff. The results, however, remained the same.

Class 2A girls hockey: Edina tops Brainerd in 2OT, wins third straight state title | Twin Cities
Brainerd held leads of 1-0, 2-1 — three goals were scored in the game’s first four minutes — and 3-2. But every time the Warriors took the lead, Edina (27-4) responded.

Off the Trail

Canada Games: Abby Newhook Might Be Newfoundland's Next Star | Victory Press
The list of elite women's hockey players from Newfoundland & Labrador isn't particularly long, but it's been growing quickly in recent years. Abby Newhook's name could soon be near the top.