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by IwoCPO on 11/02/06 at 08:32 AM ET
Here's a complaint we don't usually hear until playoff time. The St. Paul Pioneer Press
reports this morning that the Wild are too tight-lipped when it comes to injury disclosure.
It's only November, but playoff lexicon is now in the daily vocabulary of injury disclosures by the Minnesota Wild.
Diagnoses such as "lower-body soreness" typically are reserved for postseason injury reports. But the team said Wednesday it would start classifying injuries to its players in the vaguest terms while forbidding them from commenting about theirs or teammates' injuries the rest of the season.
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