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14 overgrown overthegardenwall
15 legend para mí cumpleños, mi tradición es leer historias y leyendas de terror en mi celular todo el día y comer una rebanada de pastel con las manos, suelo pasarlo acompañada pero no le digo a nadie que es mi cumpleaños, un buen día sin expectativas es genial
18 misfit Despereaux está sin su colita pq en una parte del libro, Miggery Sow se la corta con un cuchillo gigante !
inktober day 16
Inktober Day 16 Wild
San from Princess Mononoke is the wildest.
She’s so bad ass and I’m loving how copics blend ❤
Wild Fox UwU
Inktober day16: Wild
Day 16: Wild
This is my dearest friend Kate (Kotya). She is a pure wild energy itself! Love her so much!
I’m quite wild, sometimes.
A bundle of inktobers for yah!
Day 18 - Ripe
Day 16 of Inktober. Putting two prompts together and you get galarian ponyta because I’m weak like that.
IN OTHER NEWS THIS IS HOW MY MORNING STARTED✨
Wild 0 Canadiens 4 W-Price (3-2-1) L-Stalock (1-1-0)
The Minnesota Wild have had a terrible start to their 2019-20 campaign. An awful schedule and poor play have constituted a (1-5-0) start for the Wild. Tonight, the Wild headed to Montreal for another tough game in a rough environment. The Canadiens dominated the first period. They had a 15-6 shot edge and found pay dirt a few times. Five minutes into the first, Nick Cousins sent a no-look feed to Victor Mete. Mete ripped a one-time past Alex Stalock for his first career NHL goal. This put the Canadiens up 1-0 and they weren’t done yet. Three minutes later, Jonathan Drouin found Joel Armia, who roofed a shot past a sprawling Alex Stalock. The power play goal put the Habs up 2-0. The Canadiens would find more offense to close out the period. In the final minute of the first, Nick Suzuki corralled a blocked host and back-handed a shot home. Montreal had a three-goal lead after twenty minutes of play. Play slowed down in the second period. The Canadiens had seven shots on net and the Wild had six shots. Each team had two power plays, but didn’t convert. The Canadiens had a 3-0 lead after two periods of play. The Habs played better in the third frame. They out-shot the Wild 11-5 and found pay dirt one last time. With seven minutes left in the third, Matt Dumba turned over the puck and Brendan Gallagher picked it off. He fired a quick shot through the five-hole of Alex Stalock for his third goal of the year. The Canadiens had a four-goal lead and skated this one out. The Wild have lost six of seven games to start the season and head back home after a tough road trip.
-Final Thoughts- Alex Stalock was alright in net tonight. He gave up four goals on 33 shots. He gave up a power play goal and a goal after a Matt Dumba turnover. Kevin Fiala led the team with three shots on net. Jared Spurgeon logged 23 minutes of ice time to lead the Wild. The Canadiens out-shot the Wild all night long. They had a 33-17 shot edge throughout the night. The Wild finally head back home for a couple of home games. Both teams head to St. Paul for a rematch as the Canadiens play the Wild on Sunday afternoon.