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The Minnesota Wild are a professional hockey team in the National Hockey League (the NHL). The Minnesota Wild play in the Northwest Division of the Western Conference with four other teams: the Edmonton Oilers, the Colorado Avalanche, the Calgary Flames and the Vancouver Canucks. Wild tickets will be a hot item during the 2014-2015 NHL hockey schedule.
Minnesota Wild 2014-2015 Outlook
The Wild were a 98-point team last year despite a difficult goaltending situation. With Vanek in the top six and some better luck on the health front, there’s every reason to think that they should be even better this year.
And yet … it’s still tough to get excited about the Wild, given that they’re stuck in the league’s toughest division. To win the Cup, they’ll have to get through the Blackhawks, Blues, Avs, and Stars just to make it out of the Central and earn the right to face whoever emerges from the almost-as-tough Pacific. That’s an awfully tough road, even for a team that should threaten the 100-point mark.
The Minnesota Wild were originally founded in 2000 in St. Paul, Minnesota as the Minnesota Wild. During the franchise’s short 7-year existence, the Minnesota Wild have advanced to the NHL playoffs twice and advanced to the Western Conference Finals once in 2003 where the Minnesota Wild lost to the Anaheim Mighty Ducks 4-0 in a disappointing attempt to advance to the franchise’s first ever Stanley Cup series. During the 2006-2007 NHL season, the Minnesota Wild won a franchise-record 48 games and finished in 2nd place in the Northwest Division of the Western Conference. However, the Anaheim Ducks upset in the Minnesota Wild in the Conference Quarterfinals in only 5 games.
The Minnesota Wild retired the #1 as a tribute to the Wild Fans on October 10, 2001. The NHL retired Wayne Gretzky’s jersey number #99 league-wide on February 6, 2000.
Minnesota Wild TV/Radio
All Minnesota Wild hockey games can be seen on either the Fox Sports North television network or KSTC-TV Channel 45 in the greater Minneapolis/St. Paul area. ESPN has television rights to Minnesota Wild hockey games based on the popularity of the game. Tune into the Minnesota Wild flagship station WCCO 830 on your AM dial to catch each Minnesota Wild hockey game on the radio.
XCEL ENERGY CENTER
The Minnesota Wild play their home games in the Xcel Energy Center. Xcel Energy Center is a sports arena located in St. Paul, Minnesota and is owned by the city of St. Paul and operated by Minnesota Sports & Entertainment, the owners of the Minnesota Wild. In addition to hosting all of the home NHL games for the Minnesota Wild, Xcel Energy Center also host all of the professional lacrosse games for the Minnesota Swarm of the National Lacrosse League. Xcel Energy Center hosted the NHL All-Star Game in February 2004 which resulted in a record attendance for a hockey game in the state of Minnesota – 19,434 NHL fans. The largest crowd for a Minnesota Wild hockey game occurred in October 2005 when 19,398 crazed Minnesota Wild fans attended the first game after the 2004-2005 NHL lockout ended. Xcel Energy Center has played host to numerous memorable and historic games, events and concerts, including a Shania Twain concert performance in 2003 and the Police Reunion tour concert in July 2007. Then-Senator Barack Obama gave his first speech as the presumptive Democratic Party nominee for President on June 3, 2008 at the Excel Energy Center.
Xcel Energy Center
199 Kellogg Blvd W
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102