Wilderness Confident Going into Playoffs

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Playoff hockey fever is running wild around the Northland. The Minnesota Wilderness dropping the puck in round one of the NAHL playoffs tomorrow night.

It’s been a long, successful year for the Wilderness who earned home ice in the opening round of the playoffs and are quite confident going in to tomorrow night.

“It’s been a long season for these guys, 60 games so I think everybody’s excited for the 2nd season of playoffs to be coming. There’s been some energy in the locker room, on the ice and hopefully it carries over to tomorrow night,” said Wilderness coach Corey Millen.

“Our confidence is high. We know we have the skill to make it all the way. We feel pretty good. We’ve beat them 7 times, lost to them once, but we had a pretty good weekend against them last, 2 weekends ago so I think we’re pretty strong in that regard,” said Darian Romanko
 

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