Minnesota got dominated by the Blue Jackets on Thursday. Yikes.
William Nylander fun fact and updates, the Sabres’ 10 game win streak is over, Philly GM job early front runner is Chuck Fletcher, a Teddy Toss, and much more in today’s Wilderness Walk.
The Wild continue to struggle as they lost 4-2 to the Blue Jackets Thursday night.
The Wild take on their expansion cousins, and other NHL news and notes
Checking in to see how 3 ex-Wild Players are doing
Minnesota fell apart in the third period against a Coyotes team that had really been struggling.
Another third period letdown, another trip around the coaching/front office carousel, and a mite drops the gloves with Gritty in the walk.
3-1 turned into 3-4 in a matter of 8 minutes and 39 seconds. An atrocious 3rd period by the Wild costs them 2 points.
We hope you had a good Thanksgiving weekend, but we hope even more you’ll come catch up on the latest hockey news with us!
Four goals came from freshmen in Minnesota’s 6-2 win over Vermont for the Windjammer Classic Championship game.
Patrik Laine as good as he is didn't earn his goal, Eric Fehr is paying off, and the Wild made a statement with a comeback win
While millions of people head to stores on Black Friday looking for a good deal, what might Paul Fenton be looking to add to this team?
Minnesota scored four unanswered goals in the final frame to knock off Winnipeg.
Gopher women won 8-2 despite many penalties, including two 5-on-3 situations, and scored shorthanded twice against St. Lawrence. Kelly Pannek had a hat trick and Sophie Skarzynski netted two goals.
The Minnesota Wild (13-7-2) meet the Winnipeg Jets (12-6-2) for the first time since getting knocked out of the playoffs by the Jets last season.
Shopping for Jets this Black Friyay.
Happy Thanksgiving Wilderness. Today we eat a smorgasbord of food and spend time with family. For many, that time is spent talking hockey, it’s a way of life in this neck of the woods.
Matt Dumba is still a lightning rod, Stalock records a one-save win, and Granlund brought the sauce
We give thanks for a home win, a kidney transplant, Gritty the mascot and much, much more in the walk.
Minnesota jumped out to a commanding lead, but then gave it all back, before narrowly escaping with a win.
The Minnesota Wild are back at home to host the 9-9-3 Ottawa Senators.
The schedule so far has allowed the Wild to bank easy points, but they’ve got a tough road ahead.