from Michael Russo of Russo's Rants,
Mike Yeo opened his postgame news conference saying this feels like “Groundhog Day.”
It was something I know we can all agree with.
The losses keep mounting, the answers are all the same, we’re running out of questions.
“Winning cures everything,” defenseman Ryan Suter said after Tuesday’s 2-1 loss to St. Louis. “You win games, you build confidence. We have to find a way, any way possible, and then you build off of that.”
The Wild’s now 5-12-1 in its past 18 (11 points out of the last 36 available) and has lost six in a row in regulation for the first time in its 13-year history.
There’s now two games left in the homestand against Buffalo and Washington, which means Yeo’s job security is getting flimsier and flimsier. But there’s no doubt he’s going to keep showing up and working to try to get the Wild out of this until owner Craig Leipold and GM Chuck Fletcher tell him otherwise.
I’m pretty confident Yeo will be behind the bench against the Sabres.
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