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Wilderness Walk: Would’ve been nice if the Wild made the playoffs...

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

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Let’s go over some news and notes:

- Matt Dumba couldn’t make a scoring impact in the Wild’s qualifying series against the Canucks, but his actions outside the game left a lasting impression. [Hockey Wilderness]

- We’re tired of all the misogyny plaguing hockey’s reputation, and for the betterment of the game, it needs to be eliminated completely. [Hockey Wilderness]

- Is it time to consider the Zach Parise, Ryan Suter era over? In the name of Minnesota’s future, perhaps it is. [Zone Coverage]

Off the trail...

- The Capitals are looking for a new head coach. After losing their series to the Islanders In five games, Todd Reirden has been relieved of his duties. [Japers’ Rink]

- Philipp Grubauer looks to be out of action for a bit, so it appears the Avalanche will be moving forward with Pavel Francouz as their No. 1 goalie. [Mile High Hockey]

- We have drama in Vegas! Allan Walsh, Marc-Andre Fleury’s agent, tweeted out a photo of Fleury being stabbed in the back with a sword that had Pete DeBoer’s name on it. [TheScore]

- Antoine Roussel was scared to fight Ryan Reaves last night, so Reaves called him a chicken, and the mics picked it up.

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