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  • Minnesota Wild | Youth Hockey Group Tickets

    Youth Hockey teams of all ages can enjoy a night out at a Wild game during the 2011-2012 season.
  • Minnesota Wild | 2014-2015 Promotional Schedule

    Minnesota Wild | 2014-2015 Promotional Schedule
  • Minnesota Wild | Educational Initiatives

    Minnesota Wild Foundation, support hockey, improve lives, community, underprivileged children, families, relationships, initiatives.
  • Minnesota Wild | 2016 Coors Light Stadium Series

    We’re thrilled that the NHL has awarded a 2016 Coors Light Stadium Series outdoor game to Minnesota.
  • Minnesota Wild | Charity of the Month presented by Innovative Office Solutions | September 2012 Copy [12075249] Copy [9724815]

    Prevent 7 goes across the state of hockey educating children on how to “take a stand and lend a hand” to stop bullying now.
  • Mike Doyle's Five Takeaways at Toronto

    Monday, 03.23.2015 / 10:00 PM
    Following Wild games, Managing Editor Mike Doyle will give the Five Takeaways that he remembers from the contest. Tonight, he looks back at a 2-1 win against the Toronto Maple Leafs: Take 1 The Minnesota Wild escaped the proverbial trap game, slipping past the flailing Toronto Maple Leafs. On the opening night of a back-to-back, Minnesota extended its franchise-best road win streak to nine
  • Wild Looks To Extend Road Streak Against Toronto

    Monday, 03.23.2015 / 1:00 PM
    With the spring temperatures dropping back down in the State of Hockey, the Minnesota Wild looks to stay hot on the road. The Wild has been turning typically hostile environments into tranquil-as-a-summer-day atmospheres on the road of late. Winners of a franchise-best eight straight road games, the club again will look to quiet one of the rowdiest crowds in the National Hockey League, the Air
  • Mike Doyle's Five Takeaways vs. St. Louis

    Saturday, 03.21.2015 / 4:19 PM
    Day, the forward went from a contender to the worst team in the National Hockey League. Being on the desolate hockey island of perpetual losing couldn’t have been easy for the forward. While I didn’t watch a whole lot of Buffalo this season (two games, each time the Wild played them), since coming to Minnesota, Stewart looks like the engaged power forward he was while wearing a Blues uniform. Today
  • Mike Doyle's Five Takeaways at Nashville

    Tuesday, 03.17.2015 / 10:08 PM
    , the 24-year-old blueliner was playing a physical game, finishing checks and was willing to mix it up with Predators forwards. Take 4 Leopold added his first point with the Wild since coming to the team on Trade Deadline Day. The blueliner notched his first assist by jumping into the play and firing a shot on goal, something those in the State of Hockey have seen before. As a member of the Minnesota
  • Carter, Scandella Return To Practice Before Wild Heads To Nashville

    Monday, 03.16.2015 / 3:23 PM
    The Minnesota Wild welcomed back a pair of players at today’s practice at Xcel Energy Center. Ryan Carter and Marco Scandella joined the team for the first time since sustaining their respective injuries. Both players will not join the team as it travels to Music City to face Central Division foe, the Nashville Predators, tomorrow at 7 p.m. Carter and Scandella both were full participants
  • Wild Faces Potential Postseason Matchup Against Anaheim

    Friday, 03.13.2015 / 2:02 PM
    to be ready to play physical hockey.” Stewart felt like his last game, a 6-2 win against the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday, was his strongest since coming to Minnesota from the Buffalo Sabres on Trade Deadline Day. He said that he’s gaining comfort in the system and with linemates, Niederreiter and Mikko Koivu. “It’s been a real easy transition; this group has been great,” Stewart said. “The guys
  • Who Is That Masked Man?

    Saturday, 03.07.2015 / 11:09 AM
    had been so everybody was ready to go to play hard for me that night,” Dubnyk chuckled. “Luckily for me that was an impressive effort by the guys. They made sure it was 2-0 before I really had to do anything.” With the new backstop in tow, Dubnyk won the next game on Hockey Day Minnesota against his former Arizona mates, 3-1. Following the NHL All-Star Break, the Wild went on an impressive tear
  • Mike Doyle's Five Takeaways at Carolina

    Friday, 03.06.2015 / 8:59 PM
    outside of the State of Hockey, you can tell how many Minnesota fans are in the house whenever the netminder makes a save by the volume of “Duuuubs” that ring out in visiting arenas. Tonight, there was a large contingent of Wild fans in the building and were especially boisterous in support of the netminder during the second period. You have to wonder, if opposing fans join in with “boos” because
  • Mike Doyle's Five Takeaways at Washington

    Thursday, 03.05.2015 / 9:05 PM
    on the board, the Caps have 36 wins on the year. For the Wild, it was the team’s sixth win on the season when trailing after two periods and its fifth straight road win. After playing poorly away from the State of Hockey earlier in the season, Minnesota moves to 17-14-2 on the road. The club also moved into the first wild card spot in the Western Conference with the victory, jumping over Central Division
  • Wild Set To Storm The Capital

    Thursday, 03.05.2015 / 12:55 PM
    A snow emergency in the District of Columbia has shutdown the federal government, but the heavy falling flakes just made the commute to the Verizon Center for the Minnesota Wild’s morning skate feel like hockey weather. Winners of four straight road games, the Wild looks to plow ahead tonight facing the Washington Capitals. It’s the first time the teams have met this season and will clash twice
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