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Fire sale coming for Wild?

A big win for the Wild last night, as they beat San Jose 4-3 at the X. But the big question today is what the club will do as the NHL trading deadline approaches at 2 p.m. With the Wild’s playoff chances iffy at best, GM Chuck Fletcher might unload a few players to build for the future.
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A big win for the Wild last night, as they beat San Jose 4-3 at the X. But the big question today is what the club will do as the NHL trading deadline approaches at 2 p.m. With the Wild’s playoff chances iffy at best, GM Chuck Fletcher might unload a few players to build for the future.

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