Wild, Fletcher desperate for help

It's not a secret, the Minnesota Wild is desperate for help. Wild GM Chuck Fletcher says he'll continue to "work the phones" in hopes of making the team better through a trade. He says he would be doing a "disservice to our players if I'm not trying to give them the ammunition to make the playoffs."
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It's not a secret, the Minnesota Wild is desperate for help. Wild GM Chuck Fletcher says he'll continue to "work the phones" in hopes of making the team better through a trade. He says he would be doing a "disservice to our players if I'm not trying to give them the ammunition to make the playoffs."

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