Wild $#*! I Found On The Internet (12/6)

Good morning/afternoon. Sorry for the delay, but it helps to have the internet when you are scouring it. We're in the middle of a four-day break by the parent team, but there's plenty on tap here in the meantime so check in regularly. And if you haven't read it already, check out my piece on Darcy Kuemper and follow us on Twitter. It's a lot of fun.

-Are Havlat's goals enough to stave off changes? I don't know, but it makes an interesting blog. (Star Tribune)

-Friend of the blog CircularTheory pumps out his December prospect rankings. (Hockey Wilderness)

-Jayson Werth signs with the Nationals. That part doesn't matter (although they do have a lovely park), but former Wild CEO Jac Sperling is going to run the New Orleans Hornets like the Phoenix Coyotes (LA Times)

-Hitting The Post reviews yesterday and previews today.

-Top 5 NHL Brothers Thankfully the Sedins don't run this league. (Neon Tommy)

-Aeros won Saturday and sounds like Casey played well. (The Third Intermission)

-And lastly, Saturday was the final game at the DECC. I was fortunate enough to be able to play on the ice surface and watch a couple Gophers-UMD games up in Duluth and it's going to be a weird feeling for the top-ranked Bulldogs to not have a unique home-ice advantage. Thankfully they went out with a win Saturday but Wild prospect Jason Zucker led the Pioneers to a 5-4 OT victory Friday night with a hat trick. (Duluth News Tribune and USCHO)

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