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Wild won't hit the panic button and trade top prospects for rental players

The NHL trade deadline is on Monday, but don't expect the Wild to make any big moves. The team has made it pretty clear that they don't want to trade top prospects like Mikael Granlund and Jonas Brodin for a quick fix to this season.
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The NHL trade deadline is on Monday, but don't expect the Wild to make any big moves. The team has made it pretty clear that they don't want to trade top prospects like Mikael Granlund and Jonas Brodin for a quick fix to this season.

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