Minnesota Wild Tickets
The Minnesota Wild have made four trips to the playoffs in as many seasons. They have finally managed to add the consistency, they have always wanted, into their game. The time has now come for them to push on to better things. The Wild are getting better and this bodes well for their future. They have won just one division championship till now but this might be the time when they fortunes improve. These certainly are interesting times and you can book your Minnesota Wild tickets to be a part of the ride too.
- With 46 points during the 2010-2011 season, Brent Burns holds the franchise record for most points by a defenseman.
- During the 2002-2003 season, Matt Johnson set the franchise record for most penalty minutes in a season.
- With 83 points during the 2007-2008 season, Marian Gaborik holds the franchise record for most points in a season.
- Pierre-Marc Bouchard holds the franchise record for most assists in a season with 50.
- In the 2007-08 season, Marian Gaborik set the franchise’s record for most goals in a season. He scored 42.
Minnesota Wild came into the picture in the year 2000 and played its first game against Anaheim Ducks. The team won its first game against Tampa Bay Lightning. It has been playing at the Xcel Energy Center since its inception. The team made its first playoff appearance in the 2002-03 NHL season and made it to the finals. Mikko Koivu is the current captain of the team and guiding it through the right track. The team is new and is still on the growth and learning stage. But the overall performance is good enough keeping in mind the time since it has started playing.
The Minnesota Wild is going to host the 2011 NHL Entry Draft at the Xcel Energy Center. This news has been officially announced by the NHL. Minnesota Sports & Entertainment, a limited partnership company owns the Minnesota Wild. Team's logo was a wild animal which was appreciated as well as criticized by the people. Currently “Nordy” is the official mascot of the team. The home uniform is dark green and red and has the logo printed on it surrounded by a white outline. The bigger logo is used on the away uniforms which are white. The team's colors are white, iron red, forest green, gold and Minnesota wheat. The team's owner is Craig Leipold and Chuck Fletcher is the general manager.
The team plays under the coaching of Todd Richard whose guidance and training will make the team to the top one day. So far, Minnesota Wild has won a division championship 2007-08. Jacques Lamaire has been the coach of the team for many years. Fox Sports North, KSTC TV and WCCO broadcasts the teams matches. The team has played five seasons so far. Its players as well as coaches have won awards for their memorable achievements. Jacques Lemaire was awarded with the Jack Adams Award in 2002-03. Niklas Backstrom and Dwayne Roloson got the Roger Crozier Saving Grace Awards and Manny Fernandez & Niklas Backstrom were awarded with William M. Jennings Trophy. Individual players from the team have records including Most goals in a season (42), Most assists in a season(50), Most points in a season(83), Most penalty minutes in a season(201), Most points in a season, defenseman (43), Most points in a season, rookie (36), Most goals in a game (5), Most wins (114), Most wins in a season (37), and Most shutouts in a season(8).
The game of ice hockey is extremely entertaining, interesting to watch, challenging, dangerous and unique. Minnesota Wild is a very talented ice hockey team which is consistently doing well in the sport and is expected to provide a quality time to its spectators in every game. Minnesota Wild is welcoming all the fun loving and sports loving enthusiastic fans to watch their games live! It would be a good entertainment and you will get a good game to watch. Plan with your friends and get the Minnesota Wild Tickets as soon as possible.
Aiming for the playoffs
The Minnesota Wild has been enjoying a good regular season in the NHL. The team looks to be on course for a playoff berth and will hope to go far in the post season this year. For the last four seasons, the Wild have reached the Stanley Cup playoffs, but they have been eliminated early. This season, they will have to change that to benefit from their consistency. The Wild’s home and away records have both been decent with Mikael Granlund leading the charge for the team. To watch the Wild live in action against their competitors, get Minnesota Wild tickets today.
How many games are in a hockey season?
The NHL is one of the most famous leagues in North America and its season is segregated in to two parts. They are the regular season and then the playoffs in which different teams compete to win the biggest prize in the sport, the Stanley Cup. In a regular reason ever team plays a total of 82 games. 41 of those games are played at home while the remaining 41 are played away from home. After that, the three highest seeded teams from every division are joined by two wild card teams. These sides then take part in the playoffs which eventually leads to determining the winner of the Stanley Cup.
Minnesota Wild Ticket Prices
The average price for Minnesota Wild Tickets start from $434. The minimum get in price is $224 for Minnesota Wild Tickets at the T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|NHL West Division First Round: Vegas Golden Knights vs. Minnesota Wild - Home Game 4, Series Game 7||Las Vegas||28-May-21||$434||$224|
|NHL West Division Second Round: Minnesota Wild vs. Colorado Avalanche - Home Game 1, Series Game 3 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)||Saint Paul||4-Jun-21||$986||$564|
|NHL West Division Second Round: Minnesota Wild vs. Colorado Avalanche - Home Game 2, Series Game 4 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)||Saint Paul||6-Jun-21||$892||$564|
|NHL West Division Second Round: Minnesota Wild vs. Colorado Avalanche - Home Game 3, Series Game 6 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)||Saint Paul||12-Jun-21||$1,214||$606|
|NHL Stanley Cup Finals: Minnesota Wild vs. TBD - Home Game 1 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)||Saint Paul||4-Jul-21||$3,148||$3,148|
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