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Q: What  is the "Wild Warming House"?
A: After three sellout seasons, Wild tickets are one of the hottest commodities of the year. With a growing list of members joining the waiting list to get season tickets, more and more people are supporting the NHL's return to the State of Hockey. To make sure you always have one of the most coveted tickets in town, order Season Tickets today. For more information on Minnesota Wild tickets please call 651-222-WILD.

Q: What does the Wild logo represent?
A: The home sweater unveiled on November 18th, 1999 is a brilliant color palette that exemplifies the Minnesota environment. The crest of the sweater is a pictogram includes that a wild animal, the North Star, evergreen trees, a red sky, the sun and/or moon and a stream.  The Minnesota Wild word mark introduced in January 1998 is used as the shoulder patch on the team sweater and in other applications. 

Q: Does the Minnesota Wild contribute towards fundraisers and events?
A: Yes, the Minnesota Wild contributes merchandise and autographed items to organizations that are eligible and adhere to application process guidelines.

Q: Can I deliver merchandise to the Wild offices and have them autographed by the players?
A: No, unfortunately we are unable to have merchandise that is forwarded to use autographed. Due to the high volume of requests that we receive, we are unable to fulfill this type of request.

Q: Can a Minnesota Wild player make an appearance at my organization's event?
A: If you are interested in having a Minnesota Wild player make an appearance at an event, please follow our application process. Please be sure to check our home and away hockey schedule before making your request

Q: Will a player write back if I send fan mail to their attention?
A: Minnesota Wild players receive hundreds of letters from fans each year. Each player is responsible for opening and replying to letters from their fans. The Minnesota Wild cannot guarantee that all letters will be responded to.

Q: Are practices open to the public?
A: No.

Q: Are there any upcoming player appearances or events?
A: Dates and times of player appearances and events are posted on our website Please check periodically, as additions and changes are done weekly.

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