Granlund out 2-4 weeks, Brodin out 2 months

The Wild received some decent news and bad news on Tuesday. Last week, top prospects Mikael Granlund and Jonas Brodin were injured in the same game. Granlund will miss 2-4 weeks with a sprained ankle. Brodin will be out at least 8 weeks with a broken clavicle.
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Mikael Granlund, the Wild's top prospect, is expected to miss 2-4 weeks after suffering a lateral sprain to his right ankle while playing for the Houston Aeros last week.

He, along with top defensive prospect Jonas Brodin appeared to suffer severe injuries in the same game. The news for Brodin isn't as positive. He'll miss up to eight weeks with a broken clavicle. His injury could require surgery.

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