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Wilderness Walk: All is right in the world again

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Vancouver Canucks v Minnesota Wild

Let’s go over some news and notes:

Hockey is officially back! Mark August 2 on your calendar, because that’s when the Wild begin their series against the Canucks. [Hockey Wilderness]

- The Wild released their training camp schedule and announced with it that Greg Pateryn is out indefinitely with an upper-body injury. [Hockey Wilderness]

- Breezer is off to do bigger and better things. So what does that mean for the Wild? A new team pup! [Hockey Wilderness]

- Did you have Alex Stalock taking the starting job from Devan Dubnyk on your 2019-20 bingo card? If so, congratulations! [Hockey Wilderness]

- Here’s the Wild’s schedule for training camp! Hooray!

Off the trail...

- As scary as it is to think about, it’s possible the NHL may have to shut down the 24-team postseason tournament at some point. Here’s why. [Sportsnet]

- Still unsure of what the expanded collective bargaining agreement means? Here’s a quick rundown of key takeaways. [ESPN]

- Were you hoping to watch the World Junior Summer Showcase? Well, things aren’t looking good right now. [The Athletic]

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