Wild Puck Banter

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The longest-running blog devoted to the Minnesota Wild hockey team.

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Evaluations at the Break on Jan 26, 2012 in heatleyAt the All-Star Break, how should we evaluate the Minnesota Wild's season. If you just ignored the manner in which the season progressed and looked at the current result only you'd have to be pleased. The team is 8th in the Western Conference and wou...



Please Don't Panic, Chuck on Jan 18, 2012 in granlund, yeo, harding, coyle, fletch, pariseOne month ago the Minnesota Wild were riding high, things were going great. They were on top of the Western Conference, the Houston call-ups were all producing and Mike Yeo looked like a genius. Fast-forward to today, the team is struggling badly, th...



Captain Obvious on Jan 10, 2012To state that "Wild forward Dany Heatley needs to score more" is akin to the following statements:1. The Sun needs to come up tomorrow morning if we're going to be able to sustain life on Earth.2. Boy, I sure hope gravity works tomorrow when I'm driv...



Struggling for Eighth on Jan 10, 2012Yep, it's been a while since I've put up a Wild-related post on this site. I've been busy breaking down the new season of ABC's "The Bachelor" and believe me, I have plenty of thoughts in that area. But since this isn't a Bachelor Blog, I'll write fo...



Chapter 1 on Dec 31, 2011In an attempt to explore the uncharted waters of my creative mind, I have decided to write a short fictional story about Jacques Lemaire, Abraham Lincoln and a 1974 Ford Pinto. Here is the first installment: Maybe it was something I ate. I should l...



A Glimpse of Future Glory on Dec 9, 2011 in granlund, gooch, zucker, harding, clutterbuck, pariseAs I sat at my computer yesterday afternoon reading the injury news about Devin Setoguchi, Cal Clutterbuck and Josh Harding I came to the very realistic viewpoint that the Minnesota Wild were primed for a poor performance in Los Angeles. The team was...