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Yeo tight-lipped about Koivu injury

After several injuries already this year, the Star Tribune reports that Wild captain Mikko Koivu did not practice on Tuesday morning because of another undisclosed injury. Coach Yeo says it remains unclear if the center will travel with the team on its upcoming road trip.
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After several injuries already this year, the Star Tribune reports that Wild captain Mikko Koivu did not practice on Tuesday morning because of another undisclosed injury. Coach Yeo says it remains unclear if the center will travel with the team on its upcoming road trip.

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