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Youth Hockey teams of all ages can enjoy a night out at a Wild game during the 2011-2012 season.
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The Minnesota Wild and Charlie Coyle are pleased to announce the 2014 Minnesota Wild Learn to Play Hockey Program.
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Prevent 7 goes across the state of hockey educating children on how to “take a stand and lend a hand” to stop bullying now.
Tuesday, 07.29.2014 / 9:00 AM
Especially at a thing like Development Camp, you guys are going all day. You must burn a ton of calories.
Exactly. When you’re doing workouts at home, you have a little more time to coordinate. But here, we’re doing things all the time, so you have to stuff it in even if it’s an hour or two before you skate.
Looking ahead to next season, you got a taste of pro hockey at the end
Thursday, 07.24.2014 / 9:41 AM
Minnesota Wild defenseman Matt Dumba got his first real taste of the NHL last season. It was one stop on a whirlwind tour that entrenched Dumba as one of the League's top defense prospects.
This season he hopes to turn that experience into a full-time role with the Wild.
"I was all over the map," Dumba said. "But it was fun every step of the way. I was learning something new every day when I
Wednesday, 07.23.2014 / 10:07 AM
that encourages me to do stuff like that.”
It may just be the start of their potential NHL careers, but the young duo is taking it all in stride. Whether they’re already finding a nice fit in Minnesota’s system or enjoying the ride for now both summed up their initial bit of time in the State of Hockey succinctly: “Overall, it’s been good.”
Monday, 07.21.2014 / 1:37 PM
defenseman and current Director of Player Development) from back in the day, how old were you?
Me and Bomber were talking about it and he said he was still playing at the time (his final year with the Wild was 2003-04) so I was probably seven or eight, maybe even six.
Where was that photo taken?
It was during the Wild Road Tour that they still do today. He was one of the players on it and they came
Wednesday, 07.16.2014 / 11:26 AM
Tanner Faith did not hear his name called at the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. It wasn’t for a lack of attention; he simply was neither in the building nor the state for that matter.
Faith had just arrived at a golf course for a day on the links when his phone started to buzz with a deluge of notifications — the Minnesota Wild had just selected the defenseman in the fifth round, 139th overall.
Friday, 07.11.2014 / 5:18 PM
2014 Minnesota Mr. Hockey Avery Peterson.
The goals started coming in bunches then, all from Team Green including a pair of French Canadians. Archambault, in camp on an invite from QMJHL Quebec, scored from Gustav Olofsson, the Wild’s 2013 first-round pick, with 12 minutes left in the first.
“It was good, taking the things we've learned and putting them on the ice,” Olofsson said.
Friday, 07.11.2014 / 9:00 AM
with Minnesota already in tow, camp provides the first opportunity for the young free agents to work with the Wild’s staff and grow familiar with the State of Hockey.
“It’s nice to finally belong to someone,” Mitchell said. “Obviously I really appreciate them giving me this chance. It’s really exciting and just a lot more comfortable actually belonging to them.”
“It’s nice having some confidence,” Brassart
Thursday, 07.10.2014 / 5:29 PM
than texting or looking at their statuses or profile pictures or whatever they do.”
And that concludes today’s lesson for the greatest answer to a social media question. Ever.
Draft Day Revisited
Today, WildTV spoke with a few players from Minnesota’s 2014 NHL Entry Draft class: Alex Tuch, Reid Duke, Chase Lang and Tanner Faith. The Lighthouse met and interviewed Tuch and Duke at the Draft
Tuesday, 07.01.2014 / 6:24 PM
in the State of Hockey since leaving the Golden Gophers for the NHL nine seasons ago. Now, the 30-year-old will remain in Minnesota year-round as the newest member of the Wild, and his exhilaration was palpable.
“I still can’t really put into words how exciting it is,” Vanek said. “Right now I’m just worried about getting my kids these jerseys and hopefully they can hang out in them a lot longer.”
Tuesday, 07.01.2014 / 4:00 PM
In addition to forward Thomas Vanek, the Minnesota Wild has signed three more players on the opening day of free agency.
The Wild has signed defenseman Stu Bickel to a one-year, two-way contract; forward Brett Sutter to a two-year, two-way contract; and Guillaume Gelinas to a three-year, entry-level contract.
Bickel, 27, collected eight points (1-7=8) and 85 penalty minutes (PIM) in 24 games