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Wild are getting used to Yeo's system

After finishing the first road trip of the season the Minnesota Wild know they should be off to a better start than 1-1-1. However, growing pains are to be expected with a first year head coach. Those pains could end sooner than later as players are getting used to Mike Yeo's system.
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After finishing the first road trip of the season the Minnesota Wild know they should be off to a better start than 1-1-1. However, growing pains are to be expected with a first year head coach. Those pains could end sooner than later as players are getting used to Mike Yeo's system.

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