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Wilderness Walk: Bill Guerin, if you’re reading this, go get Jack Eichel

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Let’s go over some news and notes:

- In case you’ve forgotten, which is somehow completely understandable right now, we’re in the middle of a global pandemic! Grab yourself a Minnesota Wild face covering and proudly rep the boys when you head to the store for supplies. [Hockey Wilderness]

- Tim Stutzle is one heck of a player, but there’s another German in this year’s draft with the potential to be a star in the NHL. [Hockey Wilderness]

- We now know it’s entirely possible that Kirill Kaprizov may not come to North America next season. If he stays in Russia, who would Minnesota count on to deliver the electricity? [Zone Coverage]

- Pretty awesome message from Matt Dumba regarding the chaos in the world right now.

Off the trail...

- Jack Eichel is “fed up” with the Sabres being awful at everything, so don’t be surprised if his future in Buffalo doesn’t last much longer. [Die By The Blade]

- Anton Stralman doesn’t seem convinced that resuming the NHL season would be entirely worth it. [The Athletic]

- If we built the perfect forward, what skills would he or she have, and more importantly, who would they model their trash talking after? [ESPN]

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