Tickets to the Minnesota Wild


EventDateCity and Venue
Minnesota Wild vs. Tampa Bay Lightning Minnesota Wild Sat. October 20, 2018
Saint Paul, MN - Xcel Energy Center
Minnesota Wild vs. Los Angeles Kings Minnesota Wild Thu. October 25, 2018
Saint Paul, MN - Xcel Energy Center
Minnesota Wild vs. Colorado Avalanche Minnesota Wild Sat. October 27, 2018
Saint Paul, MN - Xcel Energy Center
Vancouver Canucks vs. Minnesota Wild Vancouver Canucks Mon. October 29, 2018
Vancouver, BC - Rogers Arena
Edmonton Oilers vs. Minnesota Wild Edmonton Oilers Tue. October 30, 2018
Edmonton, AB - Rogers Place
St. Louis Blues vs. Minnesota Wild St. Louis Blues Sat. November 3, 2018
St. Louis, MO - Enterprise Center
San Jose Sharks vs. Minnesota Wild San Jose Sharks Tue. November 6, 2018
San Jose, CA - SAP Center
Los Angeles Kings vs. Minnesota Wild Los Angeles Kings Thu. November 8, 2018
Los Angeles, CA - Staples Center
Anaheim Ducks vs. Minnesota Wild Anaheim Ducks Fri. November 9, 2018
Anaheim, CA - Honda Center
St. Louis Blues vs. Minnesota Wild St. Louis Blues Sun. November 11, 2018
St. Louis, MO - Enterprise Center
Minnesota Wild vs. Washington Capitals Minnesota Wild Tue. November 13, 2018
Saint Paul, MN - Xcel Energy Center
Minnesota Wild vs. Vancouver Canucks Minnesota Wild Thu. November 15, 2018
Saint Paul, MN - Xcel Energy Center
Minnesota Wild vs. Buffalo Sabres Minnesota Wild Sat. November 17, 2018
Saint Paul, MN - Xcel Energy Center
Chicago Blackhawks vs. Minnesota Wild Chicago Blackhawks Sun. November 18, 2018
Chicago, IL - United Center
Minnesota Wild vs. Ottawa Senators Minnesota Wild Wed. November 21, 2018
Saint Paul, MN - Xcel Energy Center
Minnesota Wild vs. Winnipeg Jets Minnesota Wild Fri. November 23, 2018
Saint Paul, MN - Xcel Energy Center
Minnesota Wild vs. Arizona Coyotes Minnesota Wild Tue. November 27, 2018
Saint Paul, MN - Xcel Energy Center
Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Minnesota Wild Columbus Blue Jackets Thu. November 29, 2018
Columbus, OH - Nationwide Arena
Minnesota Wild vs. Toronto Maple Leafs Minnesota Wild Sat. December 1, 2018
Saint Paul, MN - Xcel Energy Center
Vancouver Canucks vs. Minnesota Wild Vancouver Canucks Tue. December 4, 2018
Vancouver, BC - Rogers Arena
Calgary Flames vs. Minnesota Wild Calgary Flames Thu. December 6, 2018
Calgary, AB - Scotiabank Saddledome
Edmonton Oilers vs. Minnesota Wild Edmonton Oilers Fri. December 7, 2018
Edmonton, AB - Rogers Place

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About The Minnesota Wild

The Minnesota Wild joined the NHL in 2000, seven years after the departure of the Minnesota North Stars to Dallas, Texas. The nickname "Wild" was officially selected in January of 1998 from among five other names: Blue Ox, Freeze, Northern Lights, Voyageurs and White Bears. The Wild's first coach was Jacques Lamaire and the team's first draft pick was Marian Gabonik—he would go on to score the franchise's first ever goal. The Wild lost their first game 3-1 to the Anaheim Ducks. The franchise's first home game ended in a 3-3 tie with the Philadelphia Flyers. It only took five games for the Wild to notch their first ever NHL win. With Wild ticket holders looking on, the team defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning, 6-5.

Minnesota finished its inaugural season with 25 wins. The following the year the team increase that win total to 26. However, in the franchise's third season, 2002-2003, they won 42 games and qualified for the postseason. Shocking everyone, the Wild advanced all the way to the conference finals. Their opponents were the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (now called the Anaheim Ducks). The Wild proved to be no match and were eliminated in four games. After two subpar seasons, the 2006-2007 Wild team won 48 games to qualify for the playoffs. They once again faced the Ducks and once again lost, this time in five games. The following year the Wild won 44 games and finished first in the Western Conference's Northwest Division. Unfortunately for Minnesota Wild ticket holders, the team fell in the first round to the Colorado Avalanche in six games.

The Wild's home ice is located in the Xcel Energy Center, sometimes called "The X," which is located in Saint Paul, Minnesota. The franchise's all-time leading point-getter is Gaborik. Right behind him are wingers Andrew Brunette and Pierre-Marc Bouchard. Other prominent Wild players over the years include Miklas Backstrom, Wes Walz, Mikko Koivu, Brent Burns, and Pascal Dupuis.