About 11 workers will be let go
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- With the NHL lockout dragging on, the Minnesota Wild's parent company has been forced to let go of more employees.
Chief financial officer Pam Wheelock said Friday that 6 percent of Minnesota Sports & Entertainment's work force (about 11 people) will be told within the next two weeks they will be laid off -- unless, of course, there's a drastic change in the league's labor negotiations suggesting the season can be saved.
Wheelock emphasized that the team is "not ...
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