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Wilderness Walk: Not the best time

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

Seattle Kraken v Minnesota Wild Photo by David Berding/Getty Images

Yikes. Well, the Minnesota Wild laid down a stinker of a loss to the Seattle Kraken just before they have an extended break. Not the best sort of game to really leave a lingering feeling on, and definitely the type of game where you want another game happening as soon as possible to get rid of the funk.

A 4-0 loss isn’t the end of the world, but the Wild looked as flat and dead on the ice as they have all season, and the players agree.

Ah, well, maybe we see some big changes over the weekend because of this.

That’s Wild

  • Mason Shaw has been a wonder so far this season, making the jump from the AHL and becoming a potent offensive contributor in the Wild’s middle-six for a few games. His teammates and coach are impressed as well. [Hockey Wilderness]
  • While it might not always look pretty, we might be wrong to blame Matt Dumba for poor defensive play. [10K Rinks]

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