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As the Wild are set to play the Oilers tonight, Ryan Suter is set to miss some games.

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With just four games left in the regular season and the Minnesota Wild yet to clinch a playoff spot, Ryan Suter was injured and will be out of commission for awhile. In preparation for tonight’s game against the Edmonton Oilers, the Wild called up Carson Soucy.

Wild News

Source: Suter sidelined indefinitely with fractured fibula; Soucy recalled | Star Tribune

“Wild defenseman Ryan Suter will be sidelined indefinitely with a fractured fibula suffered Saturday in a 4-1 loss to the Stars in Dallas, a source said.”

Here’s how the Wild stack up against potential first-round opponents | Pioneer Press

A look at some potential playoff series from before Suter’s injury.

Jacques Lemaire: In Minnesota, former Wild coach says, ‘People, they care.’ | Pioneer Press

“Hard to say what was more unexpected, seeing an 11-time Stanley Cup champion and Montreal Canadiens hall of famer rolling his municipal garbage can to the curb or watching him do it in a Toronto Maple Leafs golf shirt.”

REMINGTON: Confirmation Bias & Matt Dumba | Zone Coverage

“Perception is reality.”

Five Seasons Of The Iowa Wild With Joe O’Donnell | Zone Coverage

“When Joe O’Donnell moved with the Minnesota Wild’s American Hockey League affiliate from Houston to Des Monies, there was no nervousness. Just excitement.”

Off the Trail

Wild Card Roundup | The Hockey News

“The Eastern and Western Conference wild-card races are as close as ever as the final week of the 2017-18 season begins.”

2018 NHL Draft: 10 Risers From Fisher’s Top 100 Rankings | The Hockey Writers

“There are risers and fallers for every NHL draft and 2018 is no exception.”

Roberto Luongo has great response to William Karlsson’s goal | Yahoo Sports

“William Karlsson scored a goal-of-the-year candidate on Saturday night that got the entire hockey world talking.”