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  1. As all of us Minnesota Wild fans said when he was fired from the Minnesota coaching staff, "Yeo's gotta go." Well at least I did.
  2. He had a shorter stint with the Blues than with the Wild...Any team that hires him will be downgrading.
  3. The Wild got screwed last night. There were several no calls...It was like the refs were paid off.
  4. I am a Minnesota WIld fan and I think the Blackhawks should not be getting so many outdoor games. It is really annoying. Why can't other teams get outdoor games (not talking about just the Wild). Some of the teams in the NHL have never played in an outdoor environment. It's like the team is special or something. Doesn't mean the team is one of the original six doesn't mean the league can discriminate against other teams that have never had an outdoor game.
  5. Niederreiter is only 26 years old...I don't think he has reached his prime yet.
  6. I read the full article and I saw that he was not shy of meeting the fans inside the front gate.
  7. SAINT PAUL -- The NHL's Minnesota Wild joins the hockey community in mourning the loss of former Chairman Robert O. Naegele, Jr., who passed away due to complications from cancer Wednesday night in the Twin Cities, with his family by his side. The Wild will honor Naegele with a moment of silence prior to its next home game on Nov. 13 against the Washington Capitals. In addition, the team wear a patch with the initials BN on their jerseys for the remainder of this season, starting with Thursday's game at the Los Angeles Kings. Further details on how the team will honor Naegele's memory will be announced soon. [Hidden Content]
  8. We are talking about getting rid of our good players here...Leipold doesn't want a full rebuild.
  9. THe Wild need to shut down their top 5...Just do what we did in St. Louis, try to get pucks past the goaltender. Dubs should be like he was in the last game.
  10. Most of the players on the Wild roster are older guys, very few younger guys. I would like to see more talent on the Wild roster. To do that would make Fletcher get rid it the veteran's on the team that are getting overpaid. I am talking about Parise, Koivu, Patteryn, and Coyle. Give them a lower $ amount and if they leave, they leave. If they don't and they sign their next contracts, so be it. But they are overpaid. Koivu is not a vocal captain, Patteryn doesn't do s***, and Coyle doesn't do anythin either. Someone needs to send the memo to Fletcher. Nylander sounds like a really good acquisition for the Wild. A young Canadian center. 48-87-135 in his career via ([Hidden Content]).
  11. SAINT PAUL -- Minnesota Wild General Manager Paul Fenton today announced the NHL club has reassigned forward Matt Read to the Iowa Wild of the American Hockey League (AHL). Read, 32 (6/14/86), was recalled by Minnesota on Oct. 17 and tallied six shots on goal in five games with the Wild. He has also recorded one assist in three games with Iowa this season. The 5-foot-10, 188-pound forward owns 187 points (87-100=187) and 83 penalty minutes (PIM) in 442 career NHL games with Philadelphia and Minnesota. The native of Ilderton, Ont., has also played in 30 Stanley Cup Playoff games, recording 10 points (5-5=10). Read was signed by Minnesota as a free agent on July 30, 2018. In my opinion, they shouldn't have put Read in Iowa, they should have left him in the NHL from the start.
  12. I agree...when they get out of the box they should be able to touch the puck even if there is one skate in the box yet. Stupid rule.

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