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Wilderness Walk: The Easter Bunny is horrifying

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Jerry Holt ‚Ä¢ jgholt@startribune.com Minneapolis ,MN 04/24/ 2011----Cleveland @ MInnesota Twins -----IN THIS PHOTO ] A Twins fan dressed as the Easter Bunny enjoyed Sunday’s game with Cleveland. The Twins beat the Indians 4-3.

Let’s go over some news and notes:

- It’s possible that the NHL could theoretically try a 68-game rollback in order to make the postseason fair. How would this impact the Wild? [Hockey Wilderness]

- The Wild took down the Blackhawks in our latest NHL 20 simulation. How will they fair against Chicago in the second half of the home-and-home? [Hockey Wilderness]

- It sure sounds like Kirill Kaprizov signing an entry-level contract with the Wild is pretty much a given at this point. [The Athletic]

Off the trail...

- If the NHL cancels the remainder of the season, what will happen with each team’s conditional draft picks and rental players? [The Hockey News]

- Stanley Cup Playoffs to be played in North Dakota? It’s possible. [ESPN]

- Horrible news out of Edmonton as Oilers forward Colby Cave died over the weekend. All of us here at Hockey Wilderness send our condolences to Colby’s friends, family and fans.

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