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Avalanche hopes Colin Wilson, J.T. Compher can play in Sweden against Ottawa

Denver Post Tuesday, 7 November 2017 ()
A pair of injured Colorado Avalanche forwards could return to the lineup Friday against the Ottawa Senators in Sweden, according to an NHL.com report.
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