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Wild prospect Fontaine suspended for using gay slur

Minnesota Wild prospect Justin Fontaine -- the Houston Aeros second-leading scorer -- has been suspended for two games using a gay slur while on his Twitter account while watching the Grammy Awards Sunday night.
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Minnesota Wild prospect Justin Fontaine -- the Houston Aeros second-leading scorer -- has been suspended for two games using a gay slur while on his Twitter account while watching the Grammy Awards Sunday night.

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