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Wild reassign rookie Brett Bulmer to junior team

The Minnesota Wild have sent rookie forward Brett Bulmer to Kelowna of the Western Hockey League. Bulmer, 19, had three assists in nine games in his NHL debut. Because he hasn't played 10 games in the NHL, the first season of his three-year NHL contract has not started.
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The Minnesota Wild have sent rookie forward Brett Bulmer to Kelowna of the Western Hockey League. Bulmer, 19, had three assists in nine games in his NHL debut. Because he hasn't played 10 games in the NHL, the first season of his three-year NHL contract has not started.

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