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Spurgeon injured by Avs Cody McLeod

Jared Spurgeon left tonight's game with an injury after being drilled by Colorado's Cody McLeod. McLeod hit Spurgeon from behind, and sent the Wild's young defenseman head first into the boards. It's unclear what injury forced Spurgeon out of the game, but he seemed to be favoring his left leg.
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Jared Spurgeon left tonight's game with an injury after being drilled by Colorado's Cody McLeod. McLeod hit Spurgeon from behind, and sent the Wild's young defenseman head first into the boards. It's unclear what injury forced Spurgeon out of the game, but he seemed to be favoring his left leg.

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