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Minnesota Wild History

As one of the newest teams in the NHL, the Minnesota Wild were formed in 2000 as part of the NHL expansion program in their area. They are now a part of the northwest division and the Western Conference. Getting a fan base was not hard for the team, as people have been buying Minnesota Wild tickets in high numbers since the team was formed. The area was crying out for a hockey team, as it is a sports mad part of the United States. Success is something Minnesota fans have wanted and craved from their hockey team, but it has not been easy to come by. The Minnesota Wild tickets holders have seen their team make the playoffs in only three seasons ever since they were formed. That is a poor return, however people still come back for Minnesota Wild tickets for their home games the following season. In the first two seasons, the team had rather poor losing seasons, winning 51 games over the course of two seasons. However, 2002-03 saw them reach the playoffs, only to lose in the QFs to the Mighty Ducks. 2006-2008 was a great period for the team as they won the division in 2007-2008 and reached the playoffs both seasons. However, that turned out to be a high point and not the beginning of something better. The team continued to struggles in the next four seasons and has not made the playoffs since. They were fourth in the Northwest last season and Minnesota Wild tickets holders are hoping that 2012-13 is a much different season.

Xcel Energy Center and the fans

Ever since the team was formed they have been playing their home games at the Excel Center. This arena can hold 18,064 people for a hockey game. The arena also hosts concerts and lacrosse games throughout the year. Most home games are sell outs because Minnesota Wild tickets are in high demand. For the times that the team made the playoff, it was actually very difficult to find Minnesota Wild tickets on sale in the days leading up to a game. Most playoff games were sell outs weeks in advance. Over the years, fans of the Wild have seen some very good players put on their team's jersey. The likes of Marian Gaborik, Mikko Koivu, and Pierre-Mac Bouchard are the team's leading scorers. The fans really took to these players and will be hoping that the 2012-2013 playing roster can find similar levels of performance, if not better. The best part of the Minnesota Wild is the fan base. They have been a huge part of the franchise being a commercial success. While the trophies have not been forthcoming, the fans have formed a great bond with their team. There are plenty of seasonal Minnesota Wild tickets holders who go to every home game and chant with the same passion every time. While some think that Minnesotans are more concerned with their NFL team, that is a misconception. The Minnesota Wild tickets holders just need their faith to be repaid by the players and management so that they can take steps towards finally winning a Stanley Cup or Conference title.

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Wild News

5-12-14: After dropping a 2-1 game to the Blackhawks in Game 5 at United Center on Sunday night, the Wild are in the all-too-familiar position of needing a win to keep their season alive. Game 6 is a win-or-go-home game for the Wild. It is the same position they were in during the first round against the Avalanche and they have followed the same path by losing three road games and winning twice at Xcel Energy Center. The home team has won every game in this series so the odds are in the Wild’s favor.

5-5-14: If the Wild don’t turn things around fast, it could a short series for the boys from Minnesota. The Blackhawks dominated Games 1 and 2, but the good news is the Wild are undefeated on home ice this postseason. They will need all the energy and passion from their fans for Games 3 and 4. The Wild failed to convert on their only power-play in Game 2 after going 0 for 3 with the man advantage in Game 1. They went 0 for 17 on the power-play when they were eliminated by the Blackhawks in five games in 2013. Getting the power-play going will be key for the Wild.

4-28-14: Minnesota has had two chances to close out late wins at Pepsi Center and allowed Colorado to tie the score and win in overtime on each occasion. In Game 1, the Wild led late until Paul Stastny scored with 13.4 seconds remaining. In Game 5 this past Saturday, it was PA Parenteau tying the game with 1:14 left in regulation. You will not advance to the second round if can’t hold down a lead. The Wild will look to force a game 7 back in Denver.

4-14-14: A 7-3 loss to Nashville in Game 82 ended a nice run for the Wild, a team that had won four consecutive contests. Ryan Suter played an average of 29 minutes and 24 seconds in his 82 games this season in Minnesota. That is incredible. That average total is more than two full minutes ahead of the NHL's second-ranked player, Ottawa's Erik Karlsson. The Wild have a first-round date with the Colorado Avalanche.

4-7-14: The Wild are locked into the top wild-card spot in the West and will likely have a first-round date with either the Sharks or Ducks. They went 1-1-1 vs. both the Ducks and Sharks this season. The Wild could be a dangerous team. With Zach Parise, Matt Moulson, and Mikael Granlund, the Wild can score with any team in the NHL. They play solid defense with Ryan Suter and Jonas Brodin on the backend. However, would you trust Darcy Kuemper and Ilya Bryzgalov in net?

3-31-14: The Wild are 4-4-2 in their last ten games played and if the playoffs ended today they would play Anaheim in the first round of the playoffs. The Wild could be catching the Ducks at the just the right time as they have struggled in the second half of the season. The Wild are 1-2 against the Ducks this season. Minnesota’s problem in the playoffs could come with their inexperience in net. Would you trust Ilya Bryzgalov in net?

3-25-14: March has been tough month for the Wild, who are 4-3-4 this month. They went 2-2-1 this past week and have allowed eight power play goals in their past 24 short handed situations. Right now, they sit comfortably in the first wildcard spot in the West with 85 points. They are six points up on eighth place Phoenix and are looking at a first round matchup with the Sharks. Goaltending could be their Achilles heel come playoff time.

3-17-14: It was a tough past week in Minnesota where the Wild lost three out of four games, all in a shootout. The Wild once seemed like a lock for one of the two wild card spots, but now their lead has been trimmed to just five points. There may not be enough time for both Dallas and Phoenix to overtake them, but the Wild are at least making it interesting. No one wants to go into the playoffs leaking oil like the Wild are doing.

3-10-14: The Wild had four days to prepare for division foe Dallas and they still lost, snapping a five-game winning streak. Now the Stars are nipping at Minnesota’s heels only three points behind. The addition of UFA to be Matt Moulson will help Minnesota’s offense. The real question is in goal. Rookie Darcy Kuemper has played terrific for head coach Mike Yeo. With that being said, how long can it last? They did bring in Ilya Bryzgalov as a backup, but still I’m not sure how much it will help.

3-3-14: The Wild have won four straight games and both of their games this past week. Minnesota is looking like they will a trip to the playoffs for a second consecutive season. The Wild would benefit from acquiring another goalie. The likes of Martin Brodeur, Cam Ward, and Jaroslav Halak have all been thrown out there. The one that makes the most sense is Halak. Minnesota won’t have to give up a ton to get him and he would provide stability in net.

2-10-14: The Wild picked up five out of six points last week to cushion their lead as the first wild-card team in the West. Goaltender Josh Harding hasn't played since Dec. 31, which could mean Minnesota trading for a goalie. Ryan Miller’s name has been associated with the Wild for some time now. The two teams have a history of making deals with each other and Miller would provide the Wild with some stability in net.

2-3-14: A four-game road trip disrupted any momentum Minnesota had coming off a successful run last week. The Wild escaped with just a single win, dropping decisions in San Jose, Colorado and Calgary. If Minnesota goes on a prolonged losing drought, then they could be in danger of not making the postseason. What they do at the trade deadline will be interesting as they have been rumored to be targeting Sabres goalie Ryan Miller.

1-27-14: The Wild are 3-1-1 in their past five games and goal scoring continues to plague Minnesota as they have just seven goals in those games. The Wild find themselves in a wild-card spot, and there doesn't seem like there will be much push from anyone outside the top eight. They're in good shape to get back to the postseason for a second straight season. Rookie goalie Darcy Kuemper has allowed 15 goals in eight games this month.

1-20-14: The Wild had been in free-fall, but have recovered impressively. The team is now 7-2-0 in 2014 and has caught up to the Vancouver Canucks in the West. It is essentially a three-team race for two playoff spots now in the West. Vancouver has 59 points in 50 games, Minnesota has the same total in 51 contests and Phoenix is four points back but has only played in 48 games. Once they get Mikko Koivu and Zach Parise back from injury, the Wild most likely make the playoffs.

1-13-14: After losing six games in a row, Minnesota finds themselves back in the win column. The Wild have won five of their last six games after winning in Nashville this past Sunday night. They currently hold the final wild-card spot in the West and have a four-point cushion on ninth-place Phoenix. However, the Coyotes have four games in hand. Since Zach Parise went on injured reserve with a foot injury, the Wild are 5-5-0 and averaging 3.10 goals per game.

1-7-14: Minnesota finally managed to string together a pair of wins this past week. A victory Thursday over Buffalo ended a six-game losing streak and a stretch of 10 contests without a regulation win. The Wild's slump has put their playoff hopes in jeopardy. With 49 points, Minnesota is technically tied for the final wild-card berth with Phoenix, but both the Coyotes and Stars have three games in hand. The return of Nino Niederreiter has been a nice story. Last season, he had one point and a minus-29 rating in 55 games for the Islanders; this year he has 21 points and a plus-eight rating in 44 games.

12-30-13: The Wild have lost five in a row, including a 5-4 home loss this past Sunday to the New York Islanders. Minnesota has fallen out of the playoff picture and they need to turn things around quickly. They play their next three games at home against the Blues, Sabres and Capitals. During this five-game losing streak, the Wild have allowed 24 goals. Niklas Backstrom was in net for four of them while Josh Harding was out of the lineup.

12-23-13: Minnesota has just one regulation win in its last six games, including a 4-1 loss this past Sunday to the slumping New York Rangers. The Wild have little margin for error. With 45 points the team is only one point ahead of the Phoenix Coyotes for the final wild card spot in the West. Phoenix has three games in hand. Niklas Backstrom will have to step in and cover for Josh Harding. Harding is on injured reserve to make adjustments to his multiple sclerosis medication.

12-16-13: The Wild salvaged a tough week with a 2-1 win against the Colorado Avalanche this past Saturday. They are 4-3-0 in their past seven games after losing four straight to close out November. Minnesota is clinging to a playoff spot in the West and will play four of their next five games on the road. The good news is three of those four teams are below .500. Minnesota has scored two goals or fewer in nine of their past 11 game, which has dropped them to 27th in the NHL in goals per game.

12-9-13: The Wild played four games this past week, beating Chicago in hard-fought game and thanks to Josh Harding’s incredible performance versus the Blackhawks Minnesota beat San Jose 3-1. The club split wins and losses against lesser Eastern opponents, shutting out the Flyers but falling 4-0 to the Blue Jackets. Ryan Suter leads the NHL in total ice-time (938 minutes) as well as in average ice-time per game (29:19). The Wild are poised to return to the playoffs this season if all goes well.

12-2-13: Minnesota had a tough past week dropping games in regulation to Phoenix, St. Louis, and Colorado. The Wild also lost to Colorado in the shootout to close out the week. After putting up one point and a minus-29 rating in 55 games in 2011-12 and then being sent to the minors for 2012-13, Nino Niederreiter seems to have figured out how to play and survive in the NHL. After being dealt from Long Island to Minnesota over the summer, Niederreiter has 15 points in 28 games this season.

11-25-13: If they were in the East, the Wild would have the best record in the conference. Unfortunately, they’re in the West and sit in sixth place. That’s a testament to how strong the Western Conference is this year compared to the East. The Wild had a good week picking up a regulation win over Ottawa and a shootout win over Winnipeg. Their lone loss came to the hands of the Montreal Canadiens by a score of 6-2. The Wild are 8-1-1 over their last 10 games.

11-18-13: Minnesota had a perfect week beating the Leafs, Jets, and Panthers. It’s been a strong November for the Wild. They’re 7-0-1 in the month and have outscored their opponents 24-13. In their last 12 games, the Wild have lost only once in regulation. The injury to goaltender Niklas Backstrom has to be a concern for Wild fans. Fortunately, they have more than capable backup in Josh Harding. Harding was name one of the NHL’s three stars this week.

11-12-13: Here is why the Western Conference is so strong. The Minnesota Wild are currently tied for eighth in the West. If the Wild were in the East, they would be tied for first in the conference. The Wild dismantled the Flames at home this week and split two shootout games on the road. What Josh Harding has done battling MS is unbelievable. Harding has a 9-2-2 record on the year and a ridiculous .947 save percentage.

11-5-13: After being thumped by the Blackhawks 5-1 last Monday, the Wild managed to bounce back with two strong wins over New Jersey and Montreal. Josh Harding continues his remarkable play by picking up wins in both contests. The Wild have also gotten a balanced attack from their forwards up front and their improvement on the power pay has been a big reason why the Wild are back in the thick of things for the Central Division crown.

10-29-13: Finally, the Minnesota Wild have decided to wake up. They have strung together three straight wins over Nashville, Carolina, and Chicago. Josh Harding did have to leave the game against Carolina with a lower-body injury which is bad new for Wild fans. They’re second in the league in outshooting their opponents at even strength when the score is still close. They will find a way to make the playoffs this season. The Wild are a notoriously slow starting team.

10-21-13: There is something strange about this team. For a team that has the likes of Zach Parise, Ryan Suter, Jason Pominville, Mikko Koivu, and Mikael Granlund the Wild have only 19 goals on the year. That should not be the case given the talent on this roster. Maybe their record is indicative of what kind of team Minnesota has, an average one at best. If they don’t turn things around soon look for Mike Yeo to get the axe.

10-14-13: The Wild have been doing a lot things right lately. They lead the NHL in faceoff percentage at just over 60%. They lead the NHL in fewest shots against holding opponents to 22.0 shots per game. They are second in the league in shot differential at plus 9.5. Goaltending has been an issue for Minnesota though. Their .866 save percentage ranks 25th in all of the NHL. They have also killed only 66.7% of their penalties. Rookie defenseman Matt Dumba picked up his first career NHL goal in a 5-1 rout of the Dallas Stars.

10-7-13: The Minnesota Wild have looked better than their record indicates. They lost both games in overtime to Los Angeles and Anaheim respectively. Zach Parise and Jonas Brodin have looked good early on. The loss of Charlie Coyle will hurt Minnesota. Dany Heatley continues to be a disappointment.

9-4-13: The acquisition of Zach Parise and Ryan Suter, a year ago, purported success as the Minnesota Wild returned to a playoff berth for the first time since 2007-08. Few has changed for Minnesota with respect to dealing fan favorite, Cal Clutterbuck, to the New York Islanders in exchange for Neno Niederiter, a young 6’2 power forward whose anticipation to make the roster on his new club is highlighted by other budding young talent. Also, to replace the nastiness that Clutterbuck possessed, the signing of Matt Cooke will bolster a physical presence, as well as, Stanley Cup experience. Finally, Minnesota native, Keith Ballard signed a two-year agreement and hopes to have a rebound campaign after a not-so-good tenure with the Vancouver Canucks.

The Wild have always played a fairly sound defensive game and the familiarity with the rest of the teams in their conference may prove dividends early on. Key match ups against playoff ready teams, such as the Chicago Blackhawks, St. Louis Blues and San Jose Sharks will test the metal of a growing team. The State of Hockey anticipates a season of contention and nothing less.

Wild 2013 NHL Draft Summary

  • Pick #46: Gustav Olofsson, D
  • Pick #81: Kurtis Gabriel, RW
  • Pick #107: Dylan Labbe, D
  • Pick #137: Carson Soucy, D
  • Pick #167: Avery Peterson, C
  • Pick #197: Nolan De Jong, D 

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