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Minnesota Wild right winger Charlie Coyle signs an autograph for Jacob Hurst, 6, while sister Madison, 8, and mother Sandy wait and father Rob takes a picture of the event at Duluth Heritage Sports Center on Wednesday afternoon. Jacob was asked if the Wild were going to win it all next year. “I’m guessing so,” he said. Coyle and teammate Jason Zucker were in Duluth for the Minnesota Wild Road Tour. Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com

Wild fever returns to Northland

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Duluth is a hockey town — Hockeytown USA some would argue — but there has been apparent apathy at the Minnesota Wild Road Tour’s annual stop in recent years.

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Whether or not due to a lack of promotion, the fact is most Duluthians this time of year start looking forward to summer vacation and outdoor activities.

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