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March 23, 2022 68 mins

On this week's 10K Rinks Radio, Tony and Joe discussed trade deadline day:

  • The Flower in Minnesota
  • Why does Fleury make sense now?
  • The Wild trades Kaapo Kahkonen, was that good, bad, or indifferent?
  • Tyson Jost swapped for Nico Sturm
  • Thoughts on Jacob Middleton
  • Wild add size and toughness with Nic Deslauriers
  • Did the Wild get good value for Jack McBain?
  • And a quick look around the Central Division
  • Follow Joe and Tony on Twitter, and check out all the great work at 10KRinks.com!

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