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Bouchard Out With Another Concussion

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The Minnesota Wild will play without Pierre-Marc Bouchard again after he was diagnosed with another concussion.  Bouchard was scratched from Tuesday night’s game against San Jose.  He missed all but 1 game in the 2009-2010 season with a severe concussion.  Wild General Manager Chuck Fletcher says Bouchard’s symptoms this time are “nowwhere near as severe” as 2 years ago.

The Wild are currently playing without forwards Guillaume Latendresse and Jarod Palmer due to concussions.  Right win Devin Setoguchi was a surprise scratch last night too.

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