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Wild rookie Zucker to make NHL debut vs. Florida

The Wild say Denver University standout Jason Zucker will make his NHL debut tomorrow against Florida. According to the Star Tribune, Wild brass want him to play now so he knows what to expect heading into training camp. Zucker was a second-round pick in 2010.
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The Wild say Denver University standout Jason Zucker will make his NHL debut tomorrow against Florida. According to the Star Tribune, Wild brass want him to play now so he knows what to expect heading into training camp. Zucker was a second-round pick in 2010.

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