Harding appears ready to get in net for Wild

  • Article by: Michael Russo , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 28, 2013 - 10:53 PM

Josh Harding appears to be closing in on a return to the Wild net.

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rsmaggiemae1949Dec. 28, 1310:04 PM

Here is what is really sad for all Wild fans Watched Hockey Night in Canada games on Sat and thier panel of ex-nhl players and commentators were discussing at this point in the season, who would make the playoffs and they all said Vancouver for sure but when it came to the Wild they said they can hardly win at home let alone on the road Wild will not make the playoffs Really embarrassing for the state of hockey

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oldgopherfanDec. 29, 1310:47 AM

Welcome back Josh! Sure hope you can breath a bit of hope back into this miserable team.

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rjr2205Dec. 29, 1310:57 AM

I too say welcome back Josh!! As for any question of him clearly seeing the puck, any limitation in his ability to see the puck appears to still make him far superior to Backstrom. As to Backstrom facing more shots per game than Harding, likely thats because when a goalie gives up early and easy goals, the opposition players shot every chance they get once their inside the Wild zone!! GO WILD!!!!!

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skeptikDec. 29, 1311:31 AM

"There is no place like home" (cue in the sound of skate heels clicking together please). Hope that the road win starved Wild can show some life and energy now that they are home. If somehow they cannot beat the Islanders today, I think the goal of making the playoffs will look NOTHING like a yellow brick road. Go Wild! Sure hoping you can look like a hockey TEAM again.

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