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Bringing you the hottest takes from the coldest lakes! This is 10k Rinks Radio. Where hosts Tony Abbott and Joe Bouley discuss and analyze the Minnesota Wild and the biggest hockey news of the week. 

Oct 25, 2016

The day after Darcy Kuemper gave up his 200th career goal, Jack Van Thomme sat down with Tony, and the two discussed every aspect of the Wild’s week, including a ton of your mailbag questions.

Our main topic for the week: Evaluating Bruce Boudreau’s first 6 games as Wild head coach.

Other topics include:

  • Jared Spurgeon’s “upper body injury”
  • Matt Dumba stepping up in his absence
  • Erik Haula out with a foot injury
  • Joel Eriksson Ek’s debut and first goal
  • Zach Parise’s 301st goal
  • Did Zach Parise’s quest for 300 cost the Wild wins on Saturday and Sunday?
  • Why the St. Louis Blues are no joke
  • Should we panic about anything from the first 6 games?
  • Is Teemu Pulkkinen too slow to make a difference?
  • What should the 3-on-3 overtime lineup be?
  • Kuemper had a horrific meltdown on Sunday. Will we see Alex Stalock soon?
  • Players that have surprised us so far
  • Should we worry about Minnesota’s middling possession numbers?

And much, much more.

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