About Minnesota Wild Tickets
The Wild are Minnesota’s second NHL team. The North Stars left “The State of Hockey” following The 1993 hockey season. However, Minnesota fans weren’t without an NHL team for long. In fact, the NHL has approved expansion teams to Minnesota in 1997. The Wild were in good shape during the time the 2000-01 season began.

It took only a few months for Minnesota to put a solid team together. Marian Gaborik, the team’s first pick in the draft, was their first superstar player. The 2002-03 season saw Gaborik record 30 goals and the Wild made it to the playoffs the very first time. In the playoffs the Wild defeated the highly-favored Colorado Avalanche in the first round, before sweeping in round two by beating the Vancouver Canucks in round two. The Wild eventually lost in the final to Mighty Ducks in the Western Conference Final, after losing the first game in overtime. Because of his leadership in leading a team that was young through a long season, Wild head coach Jacques Lemaire was awarded the Jack Adams Award, which is awarded every season to NHL’s top coach.

Minnesota Wild Schedule
The Minnesota Wild schedule is typically published during the summer.

Frequently asked questions regarding Minnesota Wild Tickets and Games

What is the cost of Minnesota Wild tickets?
Minnesota Wild tickets may vary based on various variables. In general, Minnesota Wild tickets can be purchased for as little as $14.00 for a ticket, and have an average cost of $82.00.

Where do players of the Minnesota Wild team play?
Minnesota Wild home games are played at the Xcel Energy Center in Saint Paul, MN.

Which Division are Minnesota Wild a part of?
The Minnesota Wild are part of the Central Division which is in the Western Conference. Find a list of all teams that are part of the Central Division below.