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Cullen ready for game No. 1,000

Minnesota Wild forward Matt Cullen will play game No. 1,000 of his career Tuesday night when the Wild hosts the San Jose Sharks. The Virginia, Minnesota native says he has "a lot of good memories" and he's "enjoyed every minute of it." Cullen's teammates are calling him 'old goat.'
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Minnesota Wild forward Matt Cullen will play game No. 1,000 of his career Tuesday night when the Wild hosts the San Jose Sharks. The Virginia, Minnesota native says he has "a lot of good memories" and he's "enjoyed every minute of it." Cullen's teammates are calling him 'old goat.'

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