Found November 11, 2011 on Star Tribune:
The Wild lost Guillaume Latendresse with a concussion suffered in Thursday's loss at San Jose

Latendresse out indefinitely with concussion

SATURDAY'S STORY LINE: The Wild got the news Friday that forward Guillaume Latendresse will be out indefinitely with a concussion. It is hard to pinpoint when the concussion actually occurred, but it is believed Latendresse suffered it on a hit from San Jose defenseman Douglas Murray in the second period of Thursday's game. Latendresse is flying back to the Twins Cities...

Wild GM Fletcher: LW Latendresse has concussion

Minnesota Wild left wing Guillaume Latendresse is being plagued by a concussion. Wild general manager Chuck Fletcher confirmed the news in an e-mail to the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Latendresse sat out the third period of Thursday's game after he was the recipient of a hard hit from San Jose Sharks defenseman Doug Murray. Latendresse had scored three goals in as many games...

Heatley, Koivu, Zidlicky land on All-Star ballot

ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota Wild, which entered Thursday night's action in second place in the Northwest Division, have three players on the 2012 NHL All-Star Game ballot, in defenseman Marek Zidlicky and forwards Dany Heatley and Mikko Koivu. Heatley leads the Wild with 10 points thus far this season, and 48 shots on goal. He previously earned All-Star nods in 2003, 2007, 2008...

Wild recalls goaltender Kuemper

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- The Minnesota Wild announced Saturday that it has recalled goaltender Darcy Kuemper from the ECHL's Ontario Reign. Kuemper, 21, was 4-0-0 with a 1.47 goals against average in four starts for Ontario this season. At Ontario, he stopped 95 of the 101 shots he faced. The 6-foot-4, 213-pound native of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan leads the ECHL in GAA. Last season Kuemper...

TRH Gameday 17 - Minnesota Wild: 1000 Ways to Die

Game #17 LA Kings(7-6-3, 17th in NHL)vsMinnesota Wild(8-4-3, 12th in NHL) 7:30pm, Staples CenterLos Angeles, CA BEST PLAYER TO WEAR BOTH COLORS: BEST OPPOSITION BLOGS:Hockey WildernessThe State of Hockey NewsWild Puck Banter The year was 1990, and after a 18-24-4 start to the 1st half of the season, the coach of the Washington Capitals for 8 seasons, Bryan Murray, was fired...

The ‘Tuzzi is a Little ‘Woozy

When Bertuzzi missed one game with the “flu” I believed it.  But when it was two in a row, I started to get suspicious.  Turns out I might have been right: Bertuzzi hasn't been the same since being hit in the face by Devin Setoguchi's stick in the Oct. 29 game at Minnesota. He played the next two games, but it kept getting worse, so he has sat out the past two. ...

Sharks 3, Wild 1

Patrick Marleau scored two power-play goals in the second period, and the San Jose Sharks snapped Minnesota's five-game winning streak with a 3-1 victory over the Wild on Thursday night. Torrey Mitchell also scored in the second period for the Sharks, who have won eight of nine. Antii Niemi stopped 21 shots and remained undefeated in four games against the Wild. Kyle Brodziak...

San Jose Sharks beat Minnesota Wild in battle of teams involved in big trades

Marleau's two power-play goals help defeat Wild

Minnesota Wild (8-4-3) at Los Angeles Kings (7-6-3), 10:30 p.m. (ET)

Their season-high five-game winning streak is over, but the Minnesota Wild will get back to work tonight against the Los Angeles Kings in the continuation of a five-game road trip at Staples Center.
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