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Still undecided this election? How about these 2 Wild players?

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If you're still undecided on the upcoming presidential election, consider these two Minnesota Wild players. Charlie Coyle and Jason Zucker, who are the best of friends off the ice, are starting their own movement.

The two players have made custom Coyle-Zucker '16 shirts which can be purchased at all State of Hockey store locations.

Coyle and Zucker were both drafted in 2010 and will be entering their fifth and sixth seasons respectively for the Wild in 2016-17.

Coyle is coming off a career year where he set a career-high in points and goals scored. Zucker is coming off a frustrating season where he scored just 13 goals in 71 games.

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