The Minnesota Wild might be a newcomer to the NHL, but they have quickly gained a large following of fans. Thanks to this, the Wild are one of the biggest and most well-loved teams, not just when it comes to hockey, but to all sports teams in this part of the country. Sports fans love the Wild, and tickets to Minnesota Wild games are always hot commodities. If you’ve never seen them play, now is your chance to see this exciting team on the ice.
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The Wild are a relatively new team, but they’ve already put together some strong teams. They won their first Division Championship in the 2007-2008 season and have been a constant threat since then. This level of success so early in a team’s existence is rare, but this is a team that players love to play for. No one from the team has yet been inducted into the Hall of Fame, but former Head Coach Jacques Lemaire was inducted as a player back in 1985. He’s one of the few coaches in all of pro hockey to have 500 wins under his belt.
Based out of St. Paul, Minnesota, the Wild are one of the few professional sports teams in this part of the country. There are only three other major sports teams in the state—and they all are located in Minneapolis. When the Dallas Stars left Minnesota for their current location, a void was opened up, and the creation of the Wild in 2000. They play their home games at Xcel Energy Center, and tickets to Minnesota Wild games here are always in high demand. Minnesota is the heart of hockey country in the U.S., and this is one of the biggest teams there is. If you’re looking for tickets, I encourage you to start your search months ahead of time. Not everyone always has that much notice, and if you don’t, you might have a hard time finding decent seats. No worries, though. Sites like StubHub always have a good supply of tickets going in and out of their site. Be sure to check out their stock of third party tickets up for sale to give yourself the best chance of having a great seat to a great game.