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Ex-Wild player shown attacking fans with hockey stick

Former NHL player Andrei Nazarov, who played two games with the Wild in 2005-06 season, is seen swinging sticks at fans in Belarus. Nazarov is the coach of Vityaz Chekhov in Russia's Kontinental Hockey League.
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Former NHL player Andrei Nazarov, who played two games with the Wild in 2005-06 season, is seen swinging sticks at fans in Belarus. Nazarov is the coach of Vityaz Chekhov in Russia's Kontinental Hockey League.

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