Minnesota Wild Tickets

The Minnesota Wild are looking to duplicate their late season in order to make it into the playoffs this year. Although the Wild lay toward the bottom of the division, they have a lot of talent on the roster which includes Ryan Suter and Zach Parise. Don’t miss out on a Wild game and find the cheapest Minnesota Wild tickets on Rukkus.

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How do I buy the best price Minnesota Wild tickets?

The best way to purchase Minnesota Wild tickets is to go directly to the specific Minnesota Wild page. There you will find the entire schedule for the Wild listed in order starting with the games that are closest in geographical location. Proceeding that will be all of their games in chronological order with games from similar teams near the bottom. After finding a seat, you can flip through the pictures taken from each seating chart for Xcel Energy Center that provides a seat view of every possible section. If you are either looking to purchase a ticket or have already bought your seat, our seat view will give you the ability to see exactly what the view of the game will be from your seat. The interactive seating charts of Xcel Energy Center provide a convenient way to preview everything about your experience so that you are completely informed before making your game purchase.

How much do Minnesota Wild tickets cost?

Rukkus uses algorithms to find the best Minnesota Wild tickets for your budget. Whether that is cheap tickets or more expensive tickets, Rukkus has access to thousands of great value tickets at Xcel Energy Center. You may encounter a high fluctuation of NBA ticket prices. If you are having trouble finding the perfect ticket, our fan operations team will be happy to take your call and make certain that you are able to buy the best ticket out there.

Can I buy away tickets for the Minnesota Wild?

Purchasing tickets for the Minnesota Wild when they are on the road is simple. Check the schedule for the night that they will be in town and go to the Minnesota Wild page. Rukkus has every home and away game listed from tonight on through the end of the season. Regardless of whether you bought a ticket last minute or months ahead of time, rest assured that we always guarantee every ticket sold.

When do Minnesota Wild tickets go on sale?

There a couple simple ways to be notified when Wild tickets go on sale. They are usually able to be purchased a few months before the opening game. It is also possible to setup a personal price alert for both a team or a specific game, so that you can know right away if any game information has changed. Rukkus is one of the first companies to display tickets for a NBA game at Xcel Energy Center. If you can’t find the information that you are looking for, please email our team over at: hi@rukkus.com

Can I purchase home game tickets for the Minnesota Wild?

Rukkus makes it simple to find and buy home game tickets for the Wild. The schedule for all games happening at Xcel Energy Center are listed on the team tickets page. Since Rukkus pulls all NBA ticket information, it is a simple process to purchase home game tickets for the Wild. Whether your home game purchase is the cheapest, most expensive, or best ticket around, you can rest assured that Rukkus always guarantees every ticket sold. If there is even an issue with your ticket purchasing experience, please feel free to reach out to our customer service team for help.

What makes Xcel Energy Center special?

In Xcel Energy Center, the concourse area has a hockey jersey from every high school in Minnesota hanging on the wall reflection the "State of Hockey." Each corner of the arena features a "crows nest." One has an organ built in that is played during Wild games, one features a lighthouse, the third is used for the "Let’s play hockey!" announcement used before games start, and the fourth is used as an additional stage for multilple uses.

Who are some marquee players that have been apart of the Minnesota Wild team in the past?

The Minnesota Wild are one of the youngest franchises in the entire NHL, having started in the NHL in the 2000 season. Due to the Wild’s short tenure in the NHL, they do not have any retired numbers, nor any Hall-of-Famers that played for the franchise besides their first coach, Jacques Lemaire. However, they have had many good players suit up for them over the years including Mikko Koivu, Marian Gaborik, Pierre-Marc Bouchard, Andrew Brunette, and Brian Rolston to name a few.

How have the Minnesota Wild performed historically?

The Minnesota Wild are one of six franchises in the NHL to have never made a Stanley Cup Final appearance. Due to the franchise’s youth, not only have they never made it to a Stanley Cup Final, but they have only one true accolade to the franchise’s name being one Division Championship coming in the 2007-08 season.

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If you are looking for a fascinating live experience of fast-pace action and a fan-friendly environment, look no further than a Minnesota Wild hockey game. The combination of speedy, talented athletes on the ice and a fun, festive atmosphere in the building will have you coming back for more. Come and cheer on the Wild as they battle their Central Division opponents. Get your tickets to Minnesota Wild hockey right away!

Led by an all-star roster including hometown hero Zach Parise, the Wild dazzle their home crowd with offensive talent. Their system accentuates the speed of the young skaters in their lineup as they keep opponents on their heels. The defensive core, led by Ryan Sutter, can shut down even the best offensive players in the league. Come see this amazing Wild team live in action!

The Wild play in front of an intense home crowd at the Xcel Energy Center. Located in downtown St. Paul, there is never a lack of activities on game day. Bars and restaurants are packed with energetic Wild fans donning the stylish jerseys of their favorite players. Inside “The X,” the enthusiastic fan base is vocal in support of their team with every scoring chance and big hit. Don’t miss your chance to visit beautiful St. Paul, Minnesota for a Wild hockey game!

Come join the Wild as they march towards the Stanley Cup. The state of Minnesota is in love with the sport of hockey, from its outstanding youth leagues to the fun local college hockey scene. You will be a part of a terrific environment of passionate hockey fans at the Xcel Energy Center. Grab your tickets and participate in this memorable experience!

Born to be Wild: A Brief history of the Minnesota Wild Franchise

With some professional hockey franchises, their history and records date back multiple generations. Fandom is passed from grandparents to parents onto children. The family grows up a so-and-so household, and for good reason. The Minnesota Wild is not privy to that type of commitment, not yet at least. The franchise itself is still in its infancy.

The state of Minnesota lost its hockey team in 1993 when the North Stars moved to Dallas and became the Stars. From then until the year 2000, the Minneapolis-St. Paul area had no team. When league expansion was decided upon in the late 1990s, Minnesota staked its claim for a team after failing to move the former Winnipeg Jets to the area because of complications with a stadium. In 1997, Minnesota was awarded a franchise. A new arena, the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, was constructed. A nickname was reportedly chosen out of the following options: Blue Ox, Freeze, Northern Lights, Voyageurs, White Bears, and Wild. A color scheme was settled on with dark green and burgundy. And they were off…to begin play in the year 2000.

It was a rocky start to existence, as would be expected. The team lost its first ever game and finished well below .500 each of its first two seasons. However, in just its third year, the Wild won 42 games and made it all the way to the Western Conference finals where it ultimately lost to the then Anaheim Mighty Ducks.

From that point forward, playoff berths were intermingled with lost seasons. The Wild made it back to the postseason in the 2006-07 and 2007-08 seasons but never got out of the first round.

Four straight lottery berths following that, Minnesota has finally reached a bit of a franchise renaissance, if it’s possible for such a young team to have one at all. The Wild has now made the playoffs each of the past three seasons counting 2015. Its 46 wins this year are the second-most ever for the team, trailing only the 48 victories notched in 2006-07. Minnesota also has a chance this season to venture further into postseason play than it ever has before. Of course, a familiar foe once again stands in its way.

When the second round commences in the 2015 Western Conference playoffs, the Wild will face the Chicago Blackhawks with the winner one step closer to the championship. Chicago is the closest thing Minnesota has to a nemesis in the league. For two consecutive postseasons, the Wild have been sent home by the Blackhawks. In 2013, it was a first-round defeat. In 2014, the two met in the second round, with Chicago coming out victorious. And now, again in the second round, only two options remain, two tired clichés: either deaths come in threes or third time’s a charm.

No matter how this year finishes out though, Minnesota seems to be burrowing itself into the discussion of perennial contenders. The team has been on the rise since selecting Marian Gaborik as its first ever NHL draft pick in 2000.

Gaborik was a heck of a pick. He is the best skater to come out of that entire 2000 draft. He played for the Wild up until 2010 when he signed on as a free agent with the New York Rangers. Gaborik remains second on the team’s all-time points list with 437 points in 502 career Wild games. The only player ahead of him was the person Minnesota selected with its first-round pick the very next draft after Gaborik.

In the 2001 NHL draft, the Wild selected Mikko Koivu with the sixth overall pick. Once again, he was arguably the best player to come out of that draft class. Koivu is still on the Wild roster and is the team captain. He is number one in team history in scoring and adds to that lead with every point he accumulates. Thus far, he’s tallied 468 career points.

Outside of Gaborik and Koivu, free-agent signings and goalies have controlled most of the headlines out of Minnesota these past years. The most famous signings were the dual contracts given to Ryan Suter and Zach Parise during the 2012 offseason. The two were each signed to their own 13-year, $98 million contract, a pair of moves that forced Minnesota into the national hockey discussion…at least until the lockout silenced the chatter.

On the goaltending side, things started with Manny Fernandez and veteran Dwayne Roloson. Niklas Backstrom took over from there and is the most successful net-minder in franchise history. He leads in career wins, has the most wins ever in one season and took home the Roger Crozier award one year for leading the league in save percentage.

Dispersed within the end of Backstrom’s run were other magical performances by Wild goaltenders.

There was Josh Harding’s amazing run in 2013-14 that saw him become the best goaltender in the league for a stretch. As he struggles with multiple sclerosis, his career may never reach that height again, nor may he be given the chance.

Darcy Kuemper had a poor man’s version of that successful stretch for a time at the beginning of this season before falling back to earth…at which point the Wild’s season was saved by trade-deadline acquisition Devan Dubnyk. Dubnyk was a below-average goalie for the Edmonton Oilers for five years. He barely played for the Nashville Predators one year before being sent down to the AHL. To start this season, he appeared average again until he wasn’t. Dubnyk has been simply phenomenal this year in net for Minnesota. After coming over from the Arizona Coyotes, he went 27-9-2 with a 1.78 goals-against average, .936 save percentage and is rightly a nominee for the Vezina Trophy.

If there was an award given out for best in-season trade, Minnesota would certainly be in the running for that because of Dubnyk as well. He was acquired in January for a single mid-round draft pick. When the Wild got him, it was eight points out of a playoff spot. He then went on to set the franchise record for consecutive starts as he pulled the team back into contention and into the playoffs.

Minnesota Wild Lineup

  • Kyle Brodziak
  • Ryan Carter
  • Charlie Coyle
  • Mikael Granlund
  • Mikko Koivu
  • Stephane Veilleux
  • Matt Cooke
  • Erik Haula
  • Zach Parise
  • Thomas Vanek
  • Jason Zucker
  • Justin Fontaine
  • Nino Niederreiter
  • Jason Pominville
  • Keith Ballard
  • Jonathon Blum
  • Jonas Brodin
  • Mathew Dumba
  • Christian Folin
  • Nate Prosser
  • Marco Scandella
  • Jared Spurgeon
  • Ryan Suter
  • Niklas Backstrom
  • Darcy Kuemper

Todays Minnesota Wild Tickets

Rukkus has tickets for the Minnesota Wild tonight starting as low as $32. Cheap tickets for the Minnesota Wild on Saturday start at $68. You will always find cheap the Minnesota Wild tickets everyday, up until the last minute before the the Minnesota Wild game.

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High: $7130.00

Cheap Minnesota Wild Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$5.00 St. Louis Blues at Minnesota Wild — 11/29/2014
Xcel Energy Center; Saint Paul, MN
$5.00 Dallas Stars at Minnesota Wild — 02/22/2015
Xcel Energy Center; Saint Paul, MN
$5.00 Edmonton Oilers at Minnesota Wild — 02/24/2015
Xcel Energy Center; Saint Paul, MN
$5.00 NHL Preseason: Minnesota Wild at St. Louis Blues — 10/02/2014
Scottrade Center; St Louis, MO
$5.00 Minnesota Wild at Carolina Hurricanes — 11/12/2015
PNC Arena; Raleigh, NC
$5.00 Anaheim Ducks at Minnesota Wild — 12/05/2014
Xcel Energy Center; Saint Paul, MN
$6.00 Vancouver Canucks at Minnesota Wild — 02/09/2015
Xcel Energy Center; Saint Paul, MN
$6.00 Minnesota Wild at Ottawa Senators — 03/15/2016
Canadian Tire Centre; Kanata, ON
$6.00 NHL Winter Classic Alumni Game: Chicago Blackhawks at Minnesota Wild — 02/20/2016
TCF Bank Stadium; Minneapolis, MN
$6.00 New York Islanders at Minnesota Wild — 12/09/2014
Xcel Energy Center; Saint Paul, MN

Best and Most Expensive Minnesota Wild Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$7,130.00NHL Western Conference Finals: TBD at Minnesota Wild - Home Game 4 — 05/29/2016
Xcel Energy Center; Saint Paul, MN
$7,130.00NHL Western Conference Finals: TBD at Minnesota Wild - Home Game 3 — 05/24/2016
Xcel Energy Center; Saint Paul, MN
$7,130.00NHL Western Conference Semifinals: TBD at Minnesota Wild - Home Game 2 — 05/02/2016
Xcel Energy Center; Saint Paul, MN
$1,388.00NHL Stanley Cup Finals: TBD at Minnesota Wild - Home Game 3 — 06/12/2016
Xcel Energy Center; Saint Paul, MN
$1,112.00NHL Stanley Cup Finals: TBD at Minnesota Wild - Home Game 2 — 06/04/2016
Xcel Energy Center; Saint Paul, MN
$1,092.00NHL Stanley Cup Finals: TBD at Minnesota Wild - Home Game 4 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 06/16/2015
Xcel Energy Center; Saint Paul, MN
$970.00NHL Stanley Cup Finals: TBD at Minnesota Wild - Home Game 4 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 05/16/2015
Xcel Energy Center; Saint Paul, MN
$969.00NHL Stanley Cup Finals: TBD at Minnesota Wild - Home Game 2 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 06/04/2015
Xcel Energy Center; Saint Paul, MN
$949.00NHL Stanley Cup Finals: TBD at Minnesota Wild - Home Game 1 — 06/02/2016
Xcel Energy Center; Saint Paul, MN
$786.00NHL Stanley Cup Finals: TBD at Minnesota Wild - Home Game 1 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 06/02/2015
Xcel Energy Center; Saint Paul, MN