Fletcher: injured Mikko Koivu to miss All-Star game

Minnesota Wild GM Chuck Fletcher confirmed to the Star Tribune that Mikko Koivu will miss the NHL All-Star game because of his shoulder injury. Koivu will be replaced on the roster by Edmonton's Jordan Eberle.
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Minnesota Wild GM Chuck Fletcher confirmed to the Star Tribune that Mikko Koivu will miss the NHL All-Star game because of his shoulder injury. Koivu will be replaced on the roster by Edmonton's Jordan Eberle.

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