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What do you guys think? Season opener @ COL then home opener against VGK. 7 of the first 10 at home, 7 in a row on the road, the longest road trip in franchise history. 3 4 day breaks plus 8 days around the all-star break.

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Hmmm...the constant 'start-stop' type feel to begin things may be tough mentally on the players, but it's doable.

 

12 games...if the Wild don't relax too much between long breaks AND stay very businesslike, I can see them coming out of October with at LEAST a 6-4-2 record.

 

Getting every Saturday night at home will be nice.
The 4 regulation losses?
@ Nashville

@Dallas

Home against TB
Home against LA

 

2 OT/SO losses?

Home against Vegas, road at Edmonton.

 

I can see the Wild taking both games against Colorado (not easily, but they can)

Winning at home against Chicago, Carolina, and Arizona.

And winning on the road against Vancouver.

 

Come November, they get a more steady schedule, but October will be more of a mental game.

Well spaced and paced practices in between will be key.

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Saturday, Jan 5th would be a good opportunity for me too see them in Ottawa. And if the Sens still go on to auto-destruct themselves, tickets are gonna be cheap.

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      Hmmm...the constant 'start-stop' type feel to begin things may be tough mentally on the players, but it's doable.   12 games...if the Wild don't relax too much between long breaks AND stay very businesslike, I can see them coming out of October with at LEAST a 6-4-2 record.   Getting every Saturday night at home will be nice.
      The 4 regulation losses?
      @ Nashville @Dallas Home against TB
      Home against LA   2 OT/SO losses? Home against Vegas, road at Edmonton.   I can see the Wild taking both games against Colorado (not easily, but they can) Winning at home against Chicago, Carolina, and Arizona. And winning on the road against Vancouver.   Come November, they get a more steady schedule, but October will be more of a mental game. Well spaced and paced practices in between will be key.

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