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Wild to Hold Halloween Festivities

Goalie Mask Giveaway, Costume Contests, Trick-or-Treating

Wednesday, 10.28.2009 / 5:34 PM CT / Minnesota Wild | Features
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Wild to Hold Halloween Festivities
SAINT PAUL/MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – The Minnesota Wild today announced a lineup of activities to celebrate Halloween at the Friday, Oct. 30, game against the New York Rangers.

All fans in attendance will receive a Wild goalie mask, presented by AT&T. Prior to the game, kids 14 and under can trick-or-treat at the Community Relations booth at Section 124. There will be a costume contest for kids, with judging at the Community Relations booth before the game. An adult costume contest will take place at Iron Range grill, beginning at 5 p.m. The winner will be chosen to do “Let’s Play Hockey.” In addition, the Wild will provide special Halloween themed intermission activities.

Visit our halloween festivities page for more information on the Halloween activities, and for a picture of the Wild goalie mask presented by AT&T.

Great seats are still available for all Minnesota Wild home games including Friday, Oct. 30 against the New York Rangers at 7:00 p.m. For more information on single game ticket packages, visit
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