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Wilderness Walk: Back in action

Your daily dose of Wild news, along with other interesting stories from around the NHL.

Colorado Avalanche v Minnesota Wild Photo by Andy Devlin/NHLI via Getty Images

Let’s go over some news and notes:

- Welp. The Wild played their first game since March yesterday, and it didn’t quite go as planned. [Hockey Wilderness]

- Even though the Wild lost, head coach Dean Evason was mostly happy with the team’s compete level against Colorado. [Wild]

- At least Matt Dumba looked like his vintage self yesterday.

Off the trail...

- The Blackhawks have banned all fans from wearing headdresses at future games in order to “uphold an atmosphere of respect” at United Center. [ESPN]

- On that note, the Blackhawks played the Blues yesterday, and they won. Because the league is rigged (not really, but seriously). [Second City Hockey]

- The Capitals and Hurricanes put together one heck of a hockey game yesterday in Toronto. [Canes Country]

- The Panthers were laughed out of the building yesterday as they were demolished by the Lightning 5-0. [Raw Charge]

- Speaking of which, we had ourselves our first bubble fight yesterday!

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