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After a string of mediocre play, the Minnesota Wild are looking to turn things around in the 2016-2017 season with the help of a brand new coach. In the last nine years, Coach Bruce Boudreau has helped his previous teams earn eight division titles, and he looks to continue the trend in his first year with Minnesota. He’ll have plenty of talent to work with; forwards like Nino Niederreiter, Mikko Koivu, Zach Parise and Jason Pominville are back for another season. With six months of hockey on the horizon, the sky’s the limit for the Wild. Whether they’re home at the Xcel Energy Center or on the road, we have the best tickets around—get your Minnesota Wild tickets today!
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The Minnesota Wild have one more chance to win to keep their playoff hopes alive. The Wild are down 0-3 against the Blues in the first round of playoffs. In game 1, the two teams went toe to toe, with the Wild coming back from behind to tie the game in the final minutes of play, thanks to a goal from Zach Parise, which sent it into overtime. However, the victory ultimately went to the Blues. The series goes to the best of 7 games, so if the Blues win one more, the Wild are out. Therefore, they are sure to go into game 4 on April 19 hungry for a win. You can still get tickets for $82 and up.
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Although it was an electrifying start to the NHL Playoffs, things didn’t go exactly the way the Minnesota Wild had hoped. They hosted the St. Louis Blues in the first game of the Western Conference Quarterfinals on Wednesday night. While the Wild had home-rink advantage, the edge wasn’t enough to give them the victory. The game was tied 1-1 at the end of regular play. Then, in overtime, the Blues managed to score the loan goal and seize the win 2-1. Minnesota has a chance to even the series on Friday at Xcel Energy Center before the teams head to St. Louis. Tickets to Friday’s game are available for $156 and up.

Although they’ve secured a chance to compete in the postseason, the Minnesota Wild have been in an undeniable slump in recent weeks. Winning just five out of 18 games is not where the team wants to be heading into Round 1, which begins next week. Despite the nose dive, the Wild have fortunately managed to lock their place at No. 2 in the Central Division and will have the advantage of home ice for next week’s contests. Can they turn things back around and make sure they’re ready for the competition? See them as they play their final game of the regular season this Saturday, April 8, in Arizona. Last minute tickets are available now starting at $27.

What is going on with the Minnesota Wild? Although they are still poised to make an appearance in the upcoming playoffs, they have now lost seven of their last eight games. Tuesday night’s showdown was especially devastating, as it was a close match against the indomitable Washington Capitals. Unfortunately for the Wild, the visitors managed to eke out the devastating victory 5-4 in overtime. With just two home games to go, Minnesota surely needs all the support they can get from fans. Be there on Sunday, April 2, when they host the Colorado Avalanche. Tickets to the event at Xcel Energy Center are on sale and available for $79 and up.

The Minnesota Wild ended their five game losing streak with a 3-2 victory over the Sharks on March 21. The Wild were the first to score after Matt Dumba had a power play goal in the first period. The excitement really began 18 minutes into the second period where there was a total of four goals within 63 minutes, with each team snagging two. Martin Hanzal and Charlie Coyle scored for the Wild. With Dumba's initial goal, the Wild had the victory. The Wild host the Flyers and the Cancusk on the 23 and 25 respectively, and then they head to Detroit to play the Red Wings on the 26. Get your tickets now for prices starting at $61.

The Minnesota Wild beat the Panthers 7-4 on March 10. Jason Zucker, Eric Staal, Jason Pominville, Zach Parise, Mikael Granlund, and Charlie Coyle all scored, with Staal getting two goals. The team went into the third period behind by one and then found their momentum, scoring four in a row to secure the victory. However, they were unable to keep this momentum going and lost their next two games. The Wild have one last game on the road when they play the Hurricanes on the 16, and then they will be home to host the Rangers on the 18. Get your tickets now to see all the action on the ice. Prices start at $110.

Minnesota Wild players weren’t happy about blowing at 2-0 lead against the Dallas Stars on January 24. However, as has happened all season, the team rallied in the extra period and was able to get the last laugh in the fifth round of the shootout. Minnesota scored in the first period and again in the second, and Dallas got both its goals in the middle frame to tie the game at two goals apiece. After a long scoring drought, it was the Wild’s Chris Stewart who put the puck in the net for the decisive goal. Minnesota will look to keep on winning when the Chicago Blackhawks visit on February 8. Tickets for that game start at $90.

Week 14 has been a roller coaster in the NHL, but the Minnesota Wild have managed to hold their place among the top five teams in the league. Coming in at No. 4 this week, the Wild won 12 in a row before falling to the Blue Jackets on Dec. 31, an impressive run despite being overshadowed by Columbus' 16-game streak that also recently ended. This week's games included Minnesota’s 4-3 overtime loss to the Kings that was sandwiched by wins over the Sharks and the Ducks. In the coming days the Wild will head out for a couple road games before returning to the Xcel Energy Center on Jan. 17 to take on New Jersey. Get tickets for this exciting match now for $47.

The Minnesota Wild are on a roll with an impressive 11 game winning streak. Their latest victory against the Predators was a nail biter, going into overtime. The Wild got on the board first when Zach Parise scored in the first period. The Predators equalized early in the second, but a few minutes later Chris Steward scored to draw ahead again. However, it was not long before the game was once again tied. It remained tied in the third period, sending it into overtime. Jared Spurgeon scored in overtime for the win. The Wild will look to continue their winning streak when they host the Islanders on December 29 and the Blue Jackets on December 31. Tickets start at $10.

The Minnesota Wild like how things are going this month. With five wins in a row, it is sure to be a Merry Christmas for the team if they can keep up the good work. On December 13, the Wild took on the Florida Panthers and spread the puck out during the entire game. This plan worked well for the Wild because it left the Panthers unsure whom to focus on. Five different forwards scored the Wild’s five goals on the ice on Tuesday night, which gave them the 5-1 win over the Panthers. Watch the Wild play live again on December 20 against the Colorado Avalanche. Tickets start at an affordable $5 each.

Of the 13 games the Minnesota Wild played in November, they were only able to pull off 5 wins. However, it has been enough to keep them tied for third place with Nashville in the NHL Central standings. Their last game was played against Vancouver on November 29 and the results all came down to the final minutes of the game. The Wild seemed to have a hold on the game as they scored the only goal in the first period. But Vancouver came back during the second period and put away two goals of their own. The third period was full of excitement as the two teams battled it out offensively. Vancouver ended up coming out on top with a 5-4 lead. See the Wild play again when you purchase your tickets from Razorgator.

The Minnesota Wild lost to the Calgary Flames on November 15 in a gritty game that saw very little offense from either team. Both goalies played exceptionally well and the Wild's Devan Dubnyk had 26 saves while allowing only one score in three periods of action. Unfortunately, that goal proved to be the game winner because the Flames’ goalie, Chad Johnson, kept the puck out of his net throughout the entire game. The Wild will likely lean on the team’s defense as the season goes on, but the players still need to figure out how to get it done on offense. Minnesota will try to play more aggressively when the Winnipeg Jets come to town on November 23. Tickets for that game start at $60.

The Minnesota Wild played its usual brand of solid defense against the Buffalo Sabres on November 1. Unfortunately the Minnesota offense didn’t come to play and the team ended up losing by a final of 2-1. Former Wild player Johan Larsson did the damage for the Sabres, scoring in the third period to deliver a third straight win for Buffalo. As well as Minnesota has played in the early going, sometimes the puck simply doesn’t roll your way and this was one of those nights. The team now heads out for a lengthy road trip but will be back on November 15 to host the Calgary Flames. Tickets for that matchup start as low as $34.

Fans have high expectations for the Minnesota Wild this season, and the team has done its best to meet those lofty goals in the early going. A win over the Los Angeles Kings on October 18 showed that Minnesota is capable of running and gunning when it’s required, as the Wild took that game by a score of 6-3. Minnesota got six goals from six different players, showing a balance on the ice that the team will need to maintain if it hopes to see a playoff birth in 2017. The next home game for the Wild will be against the Dallas Stars on October 29, with tickets starting at $62.

The Minnesota Wild is ready to have a breakout year, and many fans believe that the 2016-2017 season could be when it finally happens for their club. After a disappointing finish last year, the team brought in a new head couch in Bruce Boudreau and also signed a high-profile center in Eric Staal. One or two additions don’t always make the difference for a hockey team, but with the amount of talented players on the Wild, these changes could help the team finally make a run in the playoffs. Minnesota will host the Colorado Avalanche for a preseason game on September 27 and tickets for that matchup start as low as $21.
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