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Wilderness Walk: Parise forming new role on team

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NHL: APR 07 Avalanche at Wild Photo by Nick Wosika/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

That’s Wild

  • Zach Parise hasn’t been his former self for the Minnesota Wild this season, but he’s accepting a new role on the fourth line and contributing as a depth winger. [The Athletic]
  • Despite previous expectations being low and no moves at the deadline, Wild GM Bill Guerin is confident that his team will “make some noise” in the upcoming postseason. [Hockey Wilderness]
  • Minnesota were reportedly in on Nick Foligno and Luke Glendening, but they made the right call passing on the two rentals. [10K Rinks]

Off the trail...

  • J.T. Miller spoke up about the NHL’s decision to resume the Vancouver Canucks schedule despite seven players remaining on the COVID protocol list and players still recovering from developing symptoms. [The Athletic]
  • Taylor Hall has had to suffer through some terrible teams, but building his confidence is what the Boston Bruins will have to do. [NBC Sports]
  • Jonathan Quick just let in a horrible goal. Let’s all laugh.