Brodziak signs contract extension

The Minnesota Wild has announced a three-year contract extension with Kyle Brodziak. Brodziak, who has 15 goals and 14 assists, says he wants to be part of turning the Wild into a "winning team." Michael Russo of the Star Tribune reports the deal is worth around $2.83 million a year.
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The Minnesota Wild has announced a three-year contract extension with Kyle Brodziak. Brodziak, who has 15 goals and 14 assists, says he wants to be part of turning the Wild into a "winning team." Michael Russo of the Star Tribune reports the deal is worth around $2.83 million a year.

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