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By John R. Bolton
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Topic - Matt Cullen
The puck hit hard on his hand, and Mikko Koivu knew right away he was hurt.
Brandon Sutter scored twice as the Carolina Hurricanes held on to beat the Minnesota Wild 4-3 in the opening game of the NHL season on Thursday.
The Minnesota Wild have been searching for quality depth at the center position for several seasons, and this might be the summer they finally found it.
"Guys are going about their business. That's the nature of the playoffs. You have to put that behind you pretty quick," Cullen said. "You can't be in here running around like an idiot because you won a game. We won one game."