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New Jersey Devils defenseman Mark Fayne had wrist surgery on Friday and may miss the start of the 2012-13 season, NHL.com reported. Fayne had the scapholunate ligament of his left wrist repaired, and that typically sidelines a player for 3-4 months. Fayne, 25, is one of three players the Devils tendered qualifying offers to on Monday. He had four goals and 13 assists while playing all 82 regular-season games this past season. He had three assists in the postseason.
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By: Mike Luciano (@MikeLuci)
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