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Wild: Pierre-Marc Bouchard out indefinitely

More bad news for the slumping Wild. Pierre-Marc Bouchard has been placed on the injured reserve list with concussion-like symptoms. GM Chuck Fletcher says Bouchard is out indefinitely.
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More bad news for the slumping Wild. Pierre-Marc Bouchard has been placed on the injured reserve list with concussion-like symptoms. GM Chuck Fletcher says Bouchard is out indefinitely.

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