Minnesota Wild Tickets

Minnesota Wild is the wild, unstoppable ice hockey team from St. Paul , Minnesota who are members of the National Hockey League (NHL) in the Northwest Division of the Western Conference. The Wild is the first NHL franchise to be located in Minnesota since the earlier Minnesota team called Minnesota North Stars relocated in 1993. The team plays its home games at the Xcel Energy Center . Minnesota Wild has two minor league affiliates namely the Bakersfield Condors and the Houston Aeros. Since year 2011, the team has been noted to have an on average 0.531 percentage chance of winning considering its record since it became a member of the NFL. The team won its first game against the famous Tampa Bay Lightning while it lost its first game to the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim in a 3-1. In the NHL season of 2002-03 the Wild entered its very first playoff and made a much impressive way into grand Finals of the Western Conference, where it lost to the Mighty Ducks. This nevertheless marked a gigantic feat for such a young team.

Minnesota Wild’s home arena, Xcel Energy Center opened the same year the team was formed. It is multi-purpose, grand arena in St. Paul and reportedly has a capacity of eighteen thousand, sixty four seats with four elaborate spectator levels comprising of three ordinary general seating levels and one suite level. ESPN named the Xcel arena as one of the finest overall sports venues in the United States , in 2004. The arena’s four corners are the traditional ‘crows nests’, one of which intriguingly features an organ placed inside a Zamboni shell, which is played on occasion whenever the Wild team plays. Another nest has a lighthouse with a foghorn that is blown when the Wild make a goal or simply when they win. A third nest is used for making important announcements before the beginning of every Minnesota Wild game. The exciting features of the team’s homes arena have been a contributing factor in selling many Minnesota Wild tickets.

After the a993 departure of the Minnesota North Stars, Minnesota was left without an NHL team for seven long years. A campaign ensued after a few years, in which Mayor Norm Coleman was desperate to either have an existing ice hockey team recruited by means of its relocation to the state or to encourage a state group ownership by offering them an award for franchise expansion. In 1999, after much effort, the NHL famously announced the award of an expansion franchise to Minnesota that would begin playing from 2000 onwards. Six possible team names were suggested that included Northern Lights, White Bears, Wild, Freeze, Blue Ox and Voyageurs. It was officially decided to name the team Wild and the team was brought to the ice floor for the very first time at the Aldrich Arena in Maplewood . The team’s new striking name was introduced with the Steppenwolf song Born to be Wild . However, owing to popular referencing the team came to be known as Minnesota Wild.

Minnesota Wild players have taken some of the most valued trophies and awards in the world of ice hockey. In 2002-03, player Jacques Lemaire was given the Jack Adams Award for being an extraordinary ice hockey forward. Then after the 2003-04 season, former Wild player Dwayne Roloson took the prestigious Roger Crozier Saving Grace Award which is an annual award that is given to an ice hockey goal tender who finishes a season with the highest save percentages among other NHL teams. Niklas Backstrom took the same award in the aftermath of the 2006-07 season. That same year players Manny Fernandez and Niklas Backstrom won the prized William M. Jennings Trophy which is awarded annually by the NHL to the goalkeeper who has played at least twenty five games for the team that has managed the least goals scored against it.

Minnesota Wild have a characteristically colorful uniform composed of forest green, harvest gold, iron range red, Minnesota wheat and white. The Wilds have received much praised on account of their strategically designed, multi-functional logo that makes a two-fold illusion; from one angle it looks like a wild animal while from another, it look like a bold environmental landscape.If you want to watch a professional ice hockey game with some really crazy, ferocious, almost invincible players then get Minnesota Wild tickets, and be there to cheer them on.

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