Wild send Harding to Houston for conditioning

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Wild goalie Josh Harding has been sent to the Houston Aeros of the American Hockey League for a conditioning assignment.

Wild.com says Harding, 28, will join the team as it wraps up its regular season with three games this weekend playing at Texas (Fri.), at San Antonio (Sat.) and at Oklahoma City (Sun.).

Harding has been out of the Wild lineup since Feb. 12 to receive treatment for multiple sclerosis.

The team says Harding has been "feeling great lately" and was practicing with the team in Minnesota before its current road trip.

“I see the light at the end of the tunnel,” Harding said last week after practicing with his Wild teammates. “It’s a great feeling."

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