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2 Tickets Chicago Blackhawks vs Minnesota Wild 11 18 18 AISLE
2 Tickets Chicago Blackhawks vs Minnesota Wild 11 18 18 AISLE

$190.00

Chicago Blackhawks Tickets 11 18 vs Minnesota Wild
Chicago Blackhawks Tickets 11 18 vs Minnesota Wild

$175.00

2 TICKETS MINNESOTA WILD  LA KINGS 11 8 Sec 102 Row 5 BEHIND KINGS BENCH
2 TICKETS MINNESOTA WILD LA KINGS 11 8 Sec 102 Row 5 BEHIND KINGS BENCH

$249.99

Chicago Blackhawks vs Minnesota Wild 2 Tickets 12 27 18 Sect 314 Row 9
Chicago Blackhawks vs Minnesota Wild 2 Tickets 12 27 18 Sect 314 Row 9

$180.00

PRIME E Tickets  FLYERS  Minnesota WILD 2 12 19  2nd Row Behind PHILADELPHIA
PRIME E Tickets FLYERS Minnesota WILD 2 12 19 2nd Row Behind PHILADELPHIA

$374.99

Two 2 PRIME E Tickets  BRUINS  Minnesota WILD 4 4 2019  2nd Row Behind BOSTON
Two 2 PRIME E Tickets BRUINS Minnesota WILD 4 4 2019 2nd Row Behind BOSTON

$374.99

2 Philadelphia Flyers vs Minnesota wild tickets 1 14 2019
2 Philadelphia Flyers vs Minnesota wild tickets 1 14 2019

$90.00

Two 2 PRIME E Tickets KINGS  Minnesota WILD 10 25 18  2nd Row Behind LA Bench
Two 2 PRIME E Tickets KINGS Minnesota WILD 10 25 18 2nd Row Behind LA Bench

$350.00

2 Tickets Minnesota Wild  Chicago Blackhawks 11 18 18 United Center Chicago IL
2 Tickets Minnesota Wild Chicago Blackhawks 11 18 18 United Center Chicago IL

$253.26

3 Tickets Philadelphia Flyers vs Minnesota Wild 01 14
3 Tickets Philadelphia Flyers vs Minnesota Wild 01 14

$245.00

2 Tickets Minnesota Wild  Chicago Blackhawks 11 18 18 United Center Chicago IL
2 Tickets Minnesota Wild Chicago Blackhawks 11 18 18 United Center Chicago IL

$234.10

2 Tickets Minnesota Wild  Philadelphia Flyers 1 14 19 Philadelphia PA
2 Tickets Minnesota Wild Philadelphia Flyers 1 14 19 Philadelphia PA

$353.64

Two PRIME E Tickets  DUCKS  Minnesota WILD 2 19 19  2nd Row Behind ANAHEIM
Two PRIME E Tickets DUCKS Minnesota WILD 2 19 19 2nd Row Behind ANAHEIM

$350.00

2 PRIME E Tickets  AVALANCHE  Minnesota WILD 3 19 19  2nd Row Behind COLORADO
2 PRIME E Tickets AVALANCHE Minnesota WILD 3 19 19 2nd Row Behind COLORADO

$350.00

2 PRIME E Tickets  KINGS  Minnesota WILD 1 15 19  2nd Row Behind LOS ANGELES
2 PRIME E Tickets KINGS Minnesota WILD 1 15 19 2nd Row Behind LOS ANGELES

$350.00

3 Tickets Minnesota Wild  Chicago Blackhawks 11 18 18 United Center Chicago IL
3 Tickets Minnesota Wild Chicago Blackhawks 11 18 18 United Center Chicago IL

$268.50

2 PRIME E Tickets  COYOTES  Minnesota WILD 11 27 18  2nd Row Behind Arizona
2 PRIME E Tickets COYOTES Minnesota WILD 11 27 18 2nd Row Behind Arizona

$350.00

4 Pittsburgh Penguins vs Minnesota Wild 12 20 tickets PPG Paints Arena
4 Pittsburgh Penguins vs Minnesota Wild 12 20 tickets PPG Paints Arena

$210.00

2 DEAD CENTER ICE TICKETS 11 18 18 CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS MINNESOTA WILD 5PM SUNDAY
2 DEAD CENTER ICE TICKETS 11 18 18 CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS MINNESOTA WILD 5PM SUNDAY

$269.99

2 Tickets Minnesota Wild  Chicago Blackhawks 11 18 18 United Center Chicago IL
2 Tickets Minnesota Wild Chicago Blackhawks 11 18 18 United Center Chicago IL

$240.68

4 Tickets Minnesota Wild vs New York Rangers 4 2 15 Xcel Energy Center
4 Tickets Minnesota Wild vs New York Rangers 4 2 15 Xcel Energy Center

$739.20

2 Tickets Minnesota Wild  Chicago Blackhawks 11 18 18 United Center Chicago IL
2 Tickets Minnesota Wild Chicago Blackhawks 11 18 18 United Center Chicago IL

$213.32

2 Tickets Minnesota Wild  Chicago Blackhawks 11 18 18 United Center Chicago IL
2 Tickets Minnesota Wild Chicago Blackhawks 11 18 18 United Center Chicago IL

$214.58

2 Tickets Minnesota Wild  Chicago Blackhawks 11 18 18 United Center Chicago IL
2 Tickets Minnesota Wild Chicago Blackhawks 11 18 18 United Center Chicago IL

$213.32

2 Tickets Minnesota Wild  Chicago Blackhawks 11 18 18 United Center Chicago IL
2 Tickets Minnesota Wild Chicago Blackhawks 11 18 18 United Center Chicago IL

$200.20



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It was a sad day for hockey fans when the Minnesota North Stars left down, heading south to Texas to become the Dallas Stars. The people of the northern state of Minnesota are among the most passionate hockey fans around, and their knowledge of the game rivals that of their Canadian neighbors to the north. With such a dedicated, loyal fanbase it was only a matter of time before NHL hockey returned to Minnesota. It was a long wait between 1993 and 2000, but eventually fans got their wish, when the NHL again graced their arena. The Stars were gone, but fans quickly embraced the Minnesota Wild, their new hockey sons.

The Wild management wasted no time laying a strong foundation for the club, hiring Jacques Lemaire, a legendary former Montreal Canadiens player and Stanley Cup winning coach with the New Jersey Devils. Lemaire was known for getting the most out of his players, and his brilliant hockey mind was well respected throughout the league.

The first player ever to pull on a Minnesota Wild jersey at the NHL entry draft was none other than Marian Gaborik. The immensely talented Slovakian star would waste no time making an impact, scoring a goal (the franchise's first) in his very first NHL against the Anaheim Ducks.

As is the case with most expansion teams that first year would be a struggle for the Wild. They finished with 68 points, and in the cellar of the Northwest division. The brightest patch in an otherwise gloomy season was undoubtedly the Wild's home game against the Dallas Stars. Spurred on by a sellout crowd, the Wild destroyed the team that had once called Minnesota home, embarrassing the former North Stars by a 6-0 score.

The Rise of the Wild

Over the next few seasons the Wild would slowly improve. Gaborik continued to live up to the hype that had made him Minnesota's first round draft pick. The speedy Slovak would score 30 goals in each of his second and third seasons. Andrew Brunette chipped in with solid offensive numbers of his own, ensuring Gaborik didn't have to bear the scoring load alone.

Though they missed the playoffs in each of their first two seasons, the 2002-03 season was a different story. By then the team had perfected coach Jacques Lemaire's trapping system, frustrating opponents with their defense-first style. The Wild finished with 95 points during the regular season, a 22 point improvement upon the year before, good enough for 3rd place in the competitive Northwest Division and their first playoff appearance.

In their first playoff run the Wild would exceed everyone's expectations. Down 3-1 to the Colorado Avalanche, the Wild stormed back to win the next three games and win the series in 7. That playoff series against the Wild would also mark the end of Patrick Roy's career, who announced his retirement after the devastating playoff loss.

In the second round the Wild would match up with the Vancouver Canucks. Again they would find themselves facing a 3-1 series deficit, and again they would rally. After forcing game 7 the Wild also erased a 2-0 deficit on the scoreboard, making another remarkable comeback and eventually winning the game 4-2 to advance to the Stanley Cup semi-finals.

In the semis the Wild's streak of good fortune would finally run out. Matched up again the Anaheim Mighty Ducks the Wild simply couldn't find the net. Goalie J.S. Giguere of the Ducks put on a masterful performance, only allowing a single goal in a four game sweep of the Wild.

The following year the Wild failed to build on the momentum of the long playoff run. Both Marian Gaborik and Pascal Dupuis were holdouts to start the season, and the team reeled out of the gate. By the time they got Gaborik and Dupuis signed they were already in a deep hole, and though they had a relatively strong finish to the season it would prove a hole too deep to climb out of.

The Post Lockout Years

Following the NHL lockout of 2004-05 the Wild continued to struggle. Despite a career high 38 goals from Marian Gaborik the Wild finished in the basement of the Northwest Division once again. Determined to improve the Wild made several key acquisitions, with Pavol Demitra, Kim Johnsson and Mark Parrish all donning Minnesota Wild jerseys. Finnish netminder Niklas Backstrom assumed the goaltending reins from Manny Fernandez.

The moves paid immediate dividends as the Wild enjoyed their best regular season to date. The club, buoyed by Marian Gaborik's team record 42 goals and 83 points, finished at the top of the Northwest Division standings. However, their hopes of a second long playoff run died on the vine as they were knocked out in the first round by the eventual Stanley Cup champion Anaheim Ducks.

Today's Minnesota Wild

Over the past few seasons the Wild have undergone a major overhaul. Coach Jacques Lemaire resigned following the 2008-09 season and GM Doug Risebrough was fired by the club. Star Marian Gaborik, long rumored to want out of town, finally got his wish, going to the New York Rangers. Martin Havlat came over from the Chicago Blackhawks to try and fill the offensive void left by the departure of Gaborik, but while Gaborik was consistently lighting the lamp in New York, Havlat's offense was nearly non-existent. However, the Wild's offense hasn't sputtered completely. Captain Mikko Koivu had a career year offensively in 2010, leading the team with 71 points, and Guillaume Latendresse, acquired in a deal with the Montreal Canadiens, surprised everyone, scoring 25 goals in 55 games after pulling on a Minnesota Wild sweater.

Though the team is certainly not a Stanley Cup contender at this point, if Latendresse, Koivu and Cal Clutterbuck continue to improve, Martin Havlat can find his scoring touch again, and goaltender Niklas Backstrom plays at his peak then the Wild can certainly challenge for a playoff spot over the next few years as they rebuild.