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Harding signs new 3-year deal with Wild

Backup goalie Josh Harding has signed a new three-year contract with the Wild. The Star Tribune says it’s worth $5.75 million dollars overall. Harding, who could have tested the free-agent market next month, said he wasn’t interested in signing with Minnesota unless it was a multi-year contract.
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Backup goalie Josh Harding has signed a new three-year contract with the Wild. The Star Tribune says it’s worth $5.75 million dollars overall. Harding, who could have tested the free-agent market next month, said he wasn’t interested in signing with Minnesota unless it was a multi-year contract.

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