The holidays are here! And with shipping rates and times escalating, you need to start shopping for the Minnesota Wild fans in your life. If you’re like me, the sleigh bells are about to start ringing.
The other Foligno brother is completely baffled. Last night was something special and I’m not talking about the absolute insane finish that involved a called-back empty-net goal, a game-tying goal in the dying minutes, and a hat trick completed via an overtime game-winner.
The Minnesota Wild and Winnipeg Jets made up for lost time on Tuesday night. In the first matchup against each other for the first time since January 2020, the Central Division foes reignited a rivalry in Minnesota’s 6-5 overtime win that was … well … a Wild game.
The Minnesota Wild and Winnipeg Jets haven’t seen each other in nearly two years and they did not disappoint, for Wild fans at least. In true Wild fashion, they mounted a mighty comeback in their first home game of the season.
The Wild, coming back three times, found a way to get it done in a night that proved time doesn’t cool the blood of division rivals. The Wild returned home after a successful California trip to face a Winnipeg Jets team that had gotten off to a disappointing 0-2 start.
During the offseason, one of the Minnesota Wild‘s biggest moves was buying out defenseman Ryan Suter‘s contract after nine seasons with the team. While it was a smart financial move for the Wild, it still left a hole on Minnesota’s blue line for the 2021-22 NHL season.
Our golden boy has completed a milestone. The Minnesota Wild are undefeated through two games and while we are personally already running that fact into the ground (we have to talk about it while it’s still true) the prospects that were sent down to AHL Iowa are doing their own thing as well.
His fellow grinding forward has some sympathy for the rookie. It’s not always easy when you think you’ve been handed a significant milestone in your life, to just have it ripped from you and taken back by the evil play reviewers up in Toronto.