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Wild defender Scandella joins Latendresse with concussion

Defenseman Marco Scandella suffered a concussion Saturday night against Los Angeles, and was scratched from the Wild lineup against Anaheim tonight. It was the second straight game a key Minnesota player sustained a concussion. Guillaume Latendresse suffered one against San Jose on Thursday.
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Defenseman Marco Scandella suffered a concussion Saturday night against Los Angeles, and was scratched from the Wild lineup against Anaheim tonight. It was the second straight game a key Minnesota player sustained a concussion. Guillaume Latendresse suffered one against San Jose on Thursday.

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