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Wild’s Coyle (lower body) leaves game vs. Ducks, doesn’t return

Oct 5, 2013, 10:57 PM EDT

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The Minnesota Wild rallied from a two-goal deficit against Anaheim on Saturday, but might’ve suffered a big loss in the process.

Sophomore forward Charlie Coyle suffered a lower-body injury during the second period and didn’t return to the game, according to the Minnesota Star-Tribune.

Coyle, 21, was apparently hurt on a hit from Ducks forward Andrew Cogliano. He tried to stick around and get back in the contest, but eventually ended his night after playing 11 shifts for just 9:16 of ice time.

Coyle is a key figure for the Wild and was being leaned upon heavily in his second professional season. He opened the year centering Minnesota’s second line and second power-play unit.

As mentioned above, Minnesota fell behind on Saturday night 2-0, but did come back to force overtime. The Ducks ended up winning the game 4-3 after Mathieu Perreault scored with 4.3 seconds left in the extra frame, his first goal in an Anaheim uniform.

  1. allday420ap - Oct 6, 2013 at 2:31 PM

    devastating loss, wild cant catch a break so far

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