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Four fresh faces for the Wild

The Wild take on the Tampa Bay Lightning tonight and four new faces will be skating for Minnesota. Greg Zanon and Mike Lundin return from injuries, and Casey Wellman and David McIntyre were called up from the team's AHL affiliate in Houston.
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The Wild take on the Tampa Bay Lightning tonight and four new faces will be skating for Minnesota. Greg Zanon and Mike Lundin return from injuries, and Casey Wellman and David McIntyre were called up from the team's AHL affiliate in Houston.

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