Wild notes: Harding sidelined, Konopka waived

  • Article by: Michael Russo , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 3, 2014 - 1:14 AM

Rarely does a week pass without some kind of goalie drama with the Wild, so the team was due.

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jabuyerJan. 2, 1411:39 PM

"Since [Ballard’s] second injury … [his game is] not where it was, and we have to find a way to get it back,” Yeo said. "I'm sure he'll find it in the press box, since I have no ability to coach," he continued.

elmore1Jan. 3, 14 5:52 AM

The Mild get outmuscled every night. Don't understand why they want to waive Konopka? Yeo isn't comfortable coaching anyone over 23 yrs old, he belongs in the minors...

grayzlyJan. 3, 14 8:44 AM

????--The softest Team in the NHL goes softer.

skeptikJan. 3, 14 1:00 PM

Sorry to see "z" go. With his great one liners he was a great quote. Also for next year, the Wild team really has to get a goaltender plan that will carry the team into the future.

rsmaggiemae1949Jan. 4, 1412:14 PM

The Wild better start looking for another goalie as they just cant count of Harding due to his MS and I am not critical of him due to his illness, its just a fact 3-4 teams out west have 3-4 goalies just waiting to play have to try and get one of them as Kuempher does not have enough experience yet

rsmaggiemae1949Jan. 4, 1412:19 PM

On the radio this Sat a.m. they said that Brodzy now is not a goal scorer has he was in the past, wonder why? They said he has to be more of a defensive player and really watch Ovi in tonites game Are they kidding?? he should not even be on the 4th line, he should be sent down to Iowa to learn how to play or watch the instructional after the Wilds game with the kids and then sent upstairs for about 8 games and watch how other good teams play. In todays paper Brodzy said he was glad that they awarded the empty net goal to him and he will take it anyway he can, and he should as he cant get a goal with a goalie in the net cant even come close on 5 breakaways in the 15 games, misses shots all the time, does not skate anymore, he just does not belong on a NHL team maybe in the AHl but not on the team

rsmaggiemae1949Jan. 4, 1412:21 PM

I just dont understand why Yeo sends Haula down after making one mistake in a game, but keeps his favorite son Brodzy to play in every game. Is Yeo making the right decision in keeping his good buddy playing? Maybe the Wild could win more games without him in the lineup

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