Zanon and Lundin ready to re-join Wild

The banged up Minnesota blue line is getting healthier. Greg Zanon and Mike Lundin are both set to re-join the Wild soon. A groin injury has kept Zanon out since October 20. Lundin hasn't played in a game this season because of back spasms.
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The banged up Minnesota blue line is getting healthier. Greg Zanon and Mike Lundin are both set to re-join the Wild soon. A groin injury has kept Zanon out since October 20. Lundin hasn't played in a game this season because of back spasms.

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