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Wild rookie Nick Johnson relishing newfound respect

His speed and versatility are helping the Wild maintain momentum at the top of the list. He's older than your average rookie, and he's playing like it.
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His speed and versatility are helping the Wild maintain momentum at the top of the list. He's older than your average rookie, and he's playing like it.

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