Additional Minnesota Wild Info
Secure your Minnesota Wild tickets today to witness the buzz firsthand. Despite being a somewhat newer NHL franchise, the lasting power and success of Wild Hockey are evident to those who've experienced their games live. The Xcel Energy Center offers a stunning backdrop and "up close" action for Wild hockey fans to revel in. At Ticket King, your ticket purchase comes with our 100% Buyer Guarantee. Pick your next game from the schedule and use our secure checkout to have seats delivered directly to your mobile device.
How to Buy Wild Hockey Tickets from Ticket King
Your first step is to explore our inventory by reviewing the Minnesota Wild schedule and choosing the game you wish to attend. Bear in mind the ticket filter options, such as distinguishing between home and away games, and weekend or weekday games.
Once your game choice is made, proceed by clicking the "Buy Tickets" link. Ticket King Minnesota carries a wide range of affordable Wild tickets. Refine your search by utilizing the price range options. Our ticket page is designed to tailor your search results, displaying tickets that align with your designated price range, seat quantity, or desired section. Once you've identified the Wild hockey tickets that suit your preferences, proceed by clicking the price box to begin the checkout process.
To conclude your transaction, log in to your Ticket King account and have your tickets delivered in moments. Wild games against the Chicago Blackhawks and Winnipeg Jets tend to sell out fast. For cheap Wild tickets, look at upper-level seats that are behind the net, and games that might fall on a weeknight.
Minnesota Wild Franchise History
At the end of the 1993 season, the Minnesota North Stars moved to Dallas. Hockey fans would have to wait seven years before the Minnesota Wild would play their first game as a new NHL hockey team in the Western Conference. It took three years to build the team, and just about as long to build the venue that they would call home. The team's first regular-season home game occurred on October 11.
The Wild used their very first draft pick to select Marian Gaborik in the 2000 NHL draft. Gaborik played for the Wild from 2002 through 2009. As the team built up a roster of great players, they managed to make the NHL playoffs starting after the 2002-2003 season. To the surprise of fans, that team made it all the way to the Western Conference Finals.
Cuck Fletcher took over as general manager, from Marian Gaborik in 2009. Mikko Koivu was named team captain early in the 2009-2010 season. The team finished that year with a 38-36 record, and it wouldn't come to be until the 2012-13 season before the team would make it to the NHL playoffs once again. The Wild have made the playoffs in 10 of the past 11 seasons. In 2022-23, they finished the year with an overall record of 46-25 but lost in the first round of the playoffs. Coach Dean Evason will lead the team in 2023, marking this his fourth season at the helm.
The Wild have made 13 playoff appearances, with a playoff record of 34-62. They have yet to win the Stanly Cup in their 23 seasons in the NHL