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By SI Wire
July 15, 2014

The Minnesota Wild have re-signed restricted free agent forward Jason Zucker, the team announced Tuesday.

Zucker's contract is for two years. The first year is a two-way contract, and the second year is a one-way deal.

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Zucker, 22, was drafted by the Wild in 2010 while at the University of Denver, and made his NHL debut shortly after wrapping up his final college season in 2012. In 2012-13, he scored 50 points in 55 games with the AHL's Houston Aeros, and earned a call-up to the NHL late in the season. His 2013-14 season, split between the AHL Iowa Wild and Minnesota, was cut short by injury.

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