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No timetable for Suter's decision

The Minnesota Wild offered a contract to Ryan Suter on Sunday, but the free agent defenseman won't be making a decision on his next contract tonight, and there isn't a timetable for when he'll decide. The Wild, Red Wings and Predators are believed to be in the mix for Suter's services.
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The Minnesota Wild offered a contract to Ryan Suter on Sunday, but the free agent defenseman won't be making a decision on his next contract tonight, and there isn't a timetable for when he'll decide. The Wild, Red Wings and Predators are believed to be in the mix for Suter's services.

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