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Jason Zucker took giant leaps forward offensively and defensively this season

Jason Zucker took giant leaps forward offensively and defensively this season

After a breakout season in 2016-17, Jason Zucker followed it up with an even better year during his 2017-18 campaign. Jason Zucker’s progression during the 2017-2018 season was arguably the most of any current member of the Wild organization. At the beginning of the year, if Zucker’s goal output had been set at an over/under of 29.5, most people would have taken the under, and those people would have been dead wrong. ZUCKER’S OFFENSE Zucker’s impressive 33-goal output trailed only his fellow line-mate, Eric Staal, who tied Marian Gaborik’s 2007-2008 42-goal franchise record....

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