Josh Harding’s Stock Continues to Fall As Struggles For Wild Continue

December 30th, 2009 by Blake Benzel Leave a reply »

In sports, there’s always a steep learning curve.


Whether it be a pitcher learning a new pitch, or a quarterback learning a new offense, there are going to be growing pains.


Josh Harding’s season for the Minnesota Wild, this year, has been no different.


After a brief cup of coffee in the NHL following the lockout, Harding was heir apparent to Manny Fernandez in net for the Wild.  He even notched a shutout in his three-game stint with the big club.


But something unexpected happened the following season.


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