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Wild's Bouchard has broken nose

Wild forward Pierre Marc-Bouchard suffered a broken nose after being pushed from behind into the boards in the Wild's 2-1 loss to Winnipeg Tuesday night. Bouchard was held out of Wednesday night's game against Chicago, but says he isn't feeling any "big symptoms" of a concussion.
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Wild forward Pierre Marc-Bouchard suffered a broken nose after being pushed from behind into the boards in the Wild's 2-1 loss to Winnipeg Tuesday night. Bouchard was held out of Wednesday night's game against Chicago, but says he isn't feeling any "big symptoms" of a concussion.

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