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Wilderness Walk: The bubble is working

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Let’s go over some news and notes:

- Wild forward Luke Kunin was fined $1,000 for his involvement in the Micheal Ferland incident in Game 1. [Hockey Wilderness]

- Jared Spurgeon was pretty fantastic in Game 1. Maybe now people will start showing him the respect he deserves. [Zone Coverage]

- You know who else was impressive in Game 1? Ryan Hartman. Just ask Christopher Tanev. [The Athletic]

Off the trail...

- Among the 7,013 tests administered, zero players tested positive for COVID-19 since the NHL entered the bubbles. It’s working, folks! [NHL]

- The Hurricanes are just one game away from eliminating the Rangers after their 4-1 victory on Monday. [Canes Country]

- The perks of watching hockey in an empty arena? You get to hear some unbelievable banter on the ice. [The Athletic]

- Stars and Golden Knights players kneeled for the national anthem before their round-robin opener. Awesome moment.

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