Since joining the NHL as an expansion team in the year 2000, the Minnesota Wild has made the playoffs twice and is looking to be stable in the Western Conference for many years to come. The loyal hockey fans fill the 18,000 seat Xcel Energy Center to capacity every night. If you want to have a seat to any of the great on-ice action involving the Wild, make sure to get Minnesota Wild Tickets from BroadRippleTickets.com today!
The Minnesota Wild had some expectations heading into the 2011-12 season. The Wild made a change at head coach and traded for some big time players in Dany Heatley and Devon Setoguchi. The Minnesota Wild got off to a hot start and was the surprise team in the first half the NHL season. In the month of November, the team set a franchise record for most wins in one month with 11. Despite a hot start to the season, this saw them sit atop the league standings in early December, multiple injuries to key players for extended periods of time led to the team being knocked out of playoff contention for the fourth consecutive season.
Expectations for the Minnesota Wild have skyrocketed this upcoming season with their two big free agent signings during the 2012 offseason. The Wild signed unrestricted free-agent winger Zach Parise and defenseman Ryan Suter to identical 13-year, million contracts. The Minnesota Wild play their home games in the beautiful Xcel Energy Center in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Hockey fans in the State of Hockey, waited for a team to come back and since the Wild have joined the league every home game has been sold out. For those who do not live in the Saint Paul region or the state of Minnesota, we have you carry tickets for Wild road games as well. Log on to BroadRippleTickets.com today to purchase tickets while supplies last.
Who is the all-time leading goal-scorer for the Minnesota Wild? Marian Gaborik
What arena do the Minnesota Wild skate their home contests in? Xcel Energy Center, Saint Paul
Who is the coach for the Minnesota Wild? Mike Yeo
Which members of the NHL Hall of Famers played for the Minnesota Wild? Jacques Lemaire