Goalie Josh Harding was hospitalized Saturday night and much of Sunday in Charlotte, N.C., because of dehydration sustained during his second Iowa Wild start. Harding had to leave Saturday’s game after two periods.
Harding’s dehydration is related to his multiple sclerosis, sources say, and he is listed by the Wild as day to day. However, Harding is expected to be sidelined indefinitely and won’t play again until this is figured out.
Harding, who missed the first two months of the Wild’s season because of a broken foot, missed the second half last year and a large chunk of the season before because of complications from MS.