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    Wild, Wolves could learn from the Wilfs

    http://www.startribune.com/sports/vikings/36418474.html?elr=KArksi8cyaiUo8cyaiUiD3aPc:_Yyc:a UU

    The Timberwolves and Wild are struggling, but there will be at least one happy team ownership group in town Sunday in the Wilf family if the Vikings can beat the Falcons and clinch the NFC North title.

    While the Wolves have already broken a club-record losing streak and the Wild has lost six in a row, the Vikings have a chance to advance in the playoffs if they can keep the rest of their team healthy after so many key players have been injured.

    And the Wilfs deserve the success, because they have spent the money on players and executives who run the club and put a good team together...
    The Vikings portion of this article is a worthwhile read!
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    Re: Wild, Wolves could learn from the Wilfs

    Not bad for a Sid article


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    Re: Wild, Wolves could learn from the Wilfs

    Just as long as the Wilfs don't try to take a lesson from the Stars and Lakers

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    Re: Wild, Wolves could learn from the Wilfs

    Could Minnesota lose all it's teams?

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    Re: Wild, Wolves could learn from the Wilfs

    already lost the nhl and nba team once, guess it could happen again... but i hope not.

    on the article tho didnt he write something along the lines of wilf should hire a gm and fire chilly not too long ago? blasting wilf for poor decision making? i could have writers mixed up.

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    Re: Wild, Wolves could learn from the Wilfs

    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    Could Minnesota lose all it's teams?
    The wild are here to stay
    The twins are moving into a new stadium in '10
    The vikings future is sketchy, but i believe they are here forever.
    The t-wolves could move to alaska or siberia for all i care.
    They'll be asking for a new arena in 10 years or less.
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    Re: Wild, Wolves could learn from the Wilfs

    "petrodemos" wrote:
    already lost the nhl and nba team once, guess it could happen again... but i hope not.

    on the article tho didnt he write something along the lines of wilf should hire a gm and fire chilly not too long ago? blasting wilf for poor decision making? i could have writers mixed up.
    That was Souhan from the Star/Tribune
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    Re: Wild, Wolves could learn from the Wilfs

    While on the topic of the Wolves, how's that Foye kid turning out for you guys?

    Did you see that Brandon Roy dropped 52 points last night against Phoenix?



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    Re: Wild, Wolves could learn from the Wilfs

    "The" wrote:
    While on the topic of the Wolves, how's that Foye kid turning out for you guys?

    Did you see that Brandon Roy dropped 52 points last night against Phoenix?



    Ho ho ho.
    Another typical screw up by the Wolves.
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