It Doesn't Make Sense for Wild to Panic

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It Doesn't Make Sense for Wild to Panic
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Players-only, closed-door meetings are usually reserved for teams mired in deep slumps looking to find cohesiveness and a spark needed to turn a season around. Line changes, call-ups and trades are an organization's attempts at shaking a roster awake. The Minnesota Wild have done both three weeks into a season filled with immense expectations. Urgency in this lockout-shortened, 48-game season is paramount, but a 4-5-1 record leaves Minnesota walking the line between urgency and panic.

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