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Wilderness Walk: Byfuglien to Minnesota?

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Let’s go over some news and notes:

- The Wild have a solid defensive core right now, but that may not be the case much longer. Perhaps the Wild should give some thought to drafting Jake Sanderson? [Hockey Wilderness]

- Minnesota apparently reached out to Dustin Byfuglien about his availability, and it sounds like the Wild are one of the few teams he’d consider playing for (if he comes back). [Sportsnet]

- Devan Dubnyk and Ryan Donato sure would look good in teal. And the Sharks might be interested. [Fear The Fin]

Off the trail...

- In case you missed it, Henrik Lundqvist has been bought out by the Rangers. What’s next for the 38-year-old? [New York Post]

- Speaking of people being bought out, it sounds like Bobby Ryan, who was just recently bought out by the Senators, wouldn’t hate playing for the Flyers. [NHL]

- Rumors on rumors on rumors. [The Athletic]

- It’s as if the folks down in Tampa Bay are trying to spread the virus to one another.

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