Wild notes: Yeo to keep Parise-Granlund-Pominville intact

  • Article by: Michael Russo , Star Tribune
  • Updated: February 1, 2014 - 12:16 AM

CALGARY, ALBERTA – After combining for nine points in Thursday’s loss to the Colorado Avalanche, Zach Parise, Mikael Granlund and Jason Pominville will remain a line when the Wild visits the Calgary Flames on Hockey Night in Canada on Saturday night.

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wildhawaii43Jan. 31, 14 9:22 PM

At this point...I am enjoying watching the Wild play, however...I do not like Yeo as a coach, never will. The only reason he's had any success is that the team is too good on it's own to post a horrible season. I should hope at some point that he will stop changing lines around and let the guys play. Hopefully his contract will not be renewed when that time comes.

tcstunnerFeb. 1, 1412:29 AM

Line one: Pomenville/Grandlund/Parise Line 2: Fontaine/Koivu/Nino Line 3: Zucker/Coyle/Heatley Line 4: Brodziak/Haula/Cooke. I hope those are the lines when everyone is back. No more Koivu on the 1st line. These lines give the Wild 4 good lines. I'd prefer switching lines 2 and 3 but I know Yeo would never put Koivu on the 3rd line and want to keep Zucker, Coyle and Heatley together.

mrblueskyFeb. 1, 1410:10 AM

Zucker should be playing. 39 should be playing. We have several guys that can sit, heatley, Brodziak, fontain, Rupp and on and on.

dakfanviewFeb. 1, 1410:18 AM

That's it Yeo tie a anchor to Zucker Yeo just can't let his personal whipping boy look too good. What part of foot on the gas does Yeo understand. Note to owner Rupp is just biding time and is keeping your young players from getting valuable playing time.

bhrnew1lFeb. 1, 14 1:45 PM

Hawaii Wild, Yeo is nor acting on his own, this is a unified front, I don't think it is reasonable to think yeo is doing things that is not aligned with Fletch and Leo. My goodness, you can take that to the bank. They kept Koivou and Parise together AND that was so unreal, just horrible, just could not be real. Yeos public response is every other team is doing it. I will call it managing the hockey cards..... Now he has an EGO issue going on with Koivou after the Grandlund line experience..... Have to trade Koivou for my man Thomas Pletonic

caferevFeb. 1, 14 2:26 PM

@tcstunner Your ideas make way too much sense for this dysfunctional organization.

caferevFeb. 1, 14 2:29 PM

Mikko can't help this team push for the playoffs right now, but he's pretty much ready to go for the Olympics??? If Mikko had HALF the passion for the Wild that he has for Team Finland, this team might have been a legit Cup Contender by now.

mgalaforetFeb. 1, 14 2:45 PM

You are right caferev, Mikko's loafing it. Has missed less games than Parise, and actually had surgery on his broken ankle. Slacker. I noticed in the Wild Minute that Parise picked-up his game once he found out he was the C. Gee for $12MM per, one would think he should have picked-up his game at the beginning of the season. The Strib makes it seem the Olympics is more important than the Wild to Zach.

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