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2017-2018 Season Preview: Minnesota Wild

The Minnesota Wild have been happy to find themselves in the post-season for each of the past five seasons, but they haven’t made it past the second round and that’s not sitting well. 682 more words

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Edmonton Oilers lose Griffin Reinhart to Vegas, but maybe can trade back for a d-man

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Connor McDavid is the NHL’s MVP, Vegas has picked a team, Justin Schultz finished in Top 10 in Norris Trophy voting, Edmonton might pluck a d-man from Vegas and will trade Jordan Eberle. 389 more words

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Tobias Enstrom anyone? Edmonton Oilers should have no trouble picking up a stopgap veteran defenceman from Vegas

Cult of Hockey: “How expansion will play out for Oilers” podcast

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Projected Vegas expansion draft picks (as much as that’s possible) 690 more words

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Oilers Snapshots: Andrew Cogliano has a scare with Iron Man streak

ANAHEIM — Nothing short of a cannonball to the head is going to keep Anaheim Ducks winger Andrew Cogliano out of the lineup.

The former Edmonton Oilers forward played his 755th straight game Wednesday against his old club, but he did get a scare on the Iron Man streak last week. 728 more words

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Two Points

The Minnesota Wild have been playing some outstanding hockey as of late and have secured themselves a second place spot in both the Division and the Western Conference with just 40 games played. 238 more words

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Wild Get 2-1 Victory In Boudreau's Return To Anaheim

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Bruce Boudreau is a likable guy who loves to hold court, and he spent his pregame hours Sunday entertaining a stream of Orange County friends, former co-workers and general well-wishers in the Minnesota Wild’s dressing room. 747 more words

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Wild Hold On, Beat Blues 3-1

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Wild sharpened their game late against the St. Louis Blues and kept up an impressive recent stretch.

Matt Dumba, Nino Niederreiter and Mikael Granlund scored, Devan Dubnyk made 22 saves and Minnesota held on to beat the Blues 3-1 on Sunday night for their fourth straight win. 567 more words

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