Found June 20, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
Update Jordan Staal will not be dealt at the draft…."but next week is a whole different ball-game" says a source Rumors are coming fast and furious and i will have and update, along with a Chart update in a few hours here, but one name that keeps coming up is...The Wild. This is interesting on quite a few levels, the first being Minnesota has tended to not be mentioned in many rumors since...
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