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Minnesota Wild Talk 03 Jan 2017
Saw the sad news on the front page today, and while I won't dwell on how the owners let you guys down, I did want to drop by here and say...
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Wild/Blue Jackets

Minnesota Wild Talk 02 Jan 2017
I would like to see the Wild win, obvs.  But honestly, I'm enjoying the fact that the Wild are one of two teams that are the talk of...
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Article: 5MM: New Year's Showdown

Minnesota Wild Talk 31 Dec 2016
Mike, Nick, and Doubles rapped about the Wild's big showdown with the Blue Jackets.Mike, Nick, and Doubles talked about how the Wild buil...
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Game Day: Isle-Wild

Minnesota Wild Talk 11 Jan 2017
Both the Wild and Islanders played on Tuesday.  Essentials:Wild 22-8-4 48 pts, 105 GF, 68 GA, Won 11, 2nd Central, 2nd West, 5th NHL...
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LeBrun: Five Day Bye Week

Minnesota Wild Talk 30 Dec 2016
More love, and by love, I mean mention, from ESPN's Pierre LeBrun   Interesting stuff here from LeBrun.     Wild has their...
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Wild 5 Nashville 2 - The Story in GIFs

The Wild continued piling up points on Thursday night in Nashville, beating the Perds by a score of 5-2. Here are some highlights of key plays. Please share with us any thoughts or observations you may have on any of these plays in our comments section.
Image courtesy of Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
Jonas Brodin snaps the Wild’s 0-18 power play skid with this first period goal:
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Great screen by Nino Niederreiter:
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Charlie Coyle rebound goal makes it 2-0 Minnesota:
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Eric Staal’s first of two goals on the evening:
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Ice-level look at Staal’s first goal:
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Duby Denies Ribeiro:
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Duby Jobs Johansen:
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As you can see during the close-up view of Rinne on the Brodin goal, he has his catching glove up, but the puck flies past him and into the net without him so much as flinching. Pretty cool camera angle that makes it clear he had no idea where the puck was.