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Minnesota Wild | 2014-2015 Promotional Schedule
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We’re thrilled that the NHL has awarded a 2016 Coors Light Stadium Series outdoor game to Minnesota.
Prevent 7 goes across the state of hockey educating children on how to “take a stand and lend a hand” to stop bullying now.
The Minnesota Wild are pleased to announce the 2014 Minnesota Wild Learn to Play Hockey Program.
Wednesday, 07.01.2015 / 5:39 PM
A day that started with three Minnesotans staying in state to play for the Minnesota Wild, perhaps ended a bit busier than originally expected for the Wild.
General manager Chuck Fletcher had previously said he didn’t expect to be a big player in unrestricted free agency. When free agency opened Wednesday, Fletcher added one big piece from outside the organization in former University
Wednesday, 07.01.2015 / 1:34 PM
Even before putting one on Wednesday morning at the Xcel Energy Center, Mike Reilly knew well the feeling of a Wild sweater adorning his 6-foot-1, 182-pound frame; a younger, smaller Reilly liked to wear Minnesota threads around his Chanhassen, Minn., home. Frequently, he’d sit in this same arena’s stands, accompanied by a father who played hockey at Colorado College and Minnesota and any number
Saturday, 06.27.2015 / 2:22 PM
following a trade.
With its final three picks, the Wild focused on defensemen with Nicholas Boka, Gustav Bouramman, a Swedish player who played in the Ontario Hockey League last season, and finished with Minnesota native Jack Sadek, who played at Lakeville North High School.
A deep draft led the defensemen to fall further then the Wild expected.
“This year we had a number of guys (that fell), and we
Wednesday, 06.24.2015 / 9:59 PM
Ryan Carter and Keith Ballard joined the Wells Fargo Roar Tour this summer. At the end of the second day of Road Tour, Wild.com had a few questions for the pair of Minnesotans.
What do you think of Road Tour so far?
Ballard: It was fun to meet the fans and get out to the local rinks and meet all the fans outside of the arena.
What are you doing on the bus in between stops?
Carter: We have
Tuesday, 06.23.2015 / 5:30 PM
Charlie Coyle and Jason Zucker joined the Wells Fargo Roar Tour this summer. After the first day, Wild.com had a few questions for the Road Tour veterans.
This is your fourth year on Road Tour, you know what to expect by now, but has anything surprised you so far on this leg?
Coyle: Each road tour is mostly the same format. The surprises are the town turnouts - places that you don't think
Saturday, 05.02.2015 / 4:31 PM
The Minnesota Wild is in a familiar, tough spot against the Chicago Blackhawks. For the third straight Stanly Cup Playoffs, Minnesota trails the best-of-seven series after the opening contest. In years prior, the series has shifted back to the State of Hockey with the Wild down 2-0, something the club will look to change.
“Last year we proved that being down 2-0 doesn’t mean the end of you
Thursday, 04.30.2015 / 2:34 PM
It’s been a long wait — and the end is still another day away.
The Minnesota Wild and Chicago Blackhawks will get underway tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. State of Hockey time. But puck drop feels like it's inching closer at the pace of a child learning to walk for the first time; minor steps forward seem like huge accomplishments.
“Well, at least we get to travel there today,” Wild Head Coach Mike Yeo
Wednesday, 04.29.2015 / 3:00 PM
way you can do that is with the puck.”
Pominville Out Sick
Forward Jason Pominville didn’t skate today. Yeo said that he was feeling “under the weather” and took the day off. Jordan Schroeder skated on the wing with Mikael Granlund and Zach Parise.
Show Your Spirit
Minnesota Wild launched a “Wild Playoff Spirit” contest for schools across the State of Hockey. Elementary, middle or high
Sunday, 04.26.2015 / 5:47 PM
that the club wanted to treat today like it was Game 7 because it didn’t want to return to St. Louis for a winner-take-all finale. The netminder came up with another clutch performance, making 30 saves. The Legend of Devan Dubnyk continues to grow in the State of Hockey.
Up next: the Chicago Blackhawks. The Wild gets a chance to exorcise past playoff demons, as the Hawks have ousted Minnesota in the past
Friday, 04.24.2015 / 11:59 PM
The challenge will now be for Minnesota to string together two wins in a row, something that hasn’t happened yet. The series moves back to Minnesota with a chance for the Wild to close it out on home ice. Game 6 is scheduled for 2 p.m. State of Hockey Time at Xcel Energy Center.
I think I’ve figured out why Dubnyk is so comfortable in St. Louis. The Notes’ rally chant of “Let’s go