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Johnson feels at home with Wild

Wild forward Nick Johnson has finally found a home. The 25-year old has never been traded, but he's bounced on and off waivers during his short career. The Wild claimed him off waivers from the Penguins before the season began, and he's taking advantage of the opportunity.
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Wild forward Nick Johnson has finally found a home. The 25-year old has never been traded, but he's bounced on and off waivers during his short career. The Wild claimed him off waivers from the Penguins before the season began, and he's taking advantage of the opportunity.

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