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Overall Rating

4.5

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Wild Game

- Saint Paul

So much fun! Always so much activity going on with the game!

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Crappy purse policy!!

- Saint Paul

Overall, Excel was a great place to see a hockey game, but they sent out no warning that they were starting a purse policy the night of the game I attended with my cousin on 10/11/2018. We were in from Chicago to go to this game in St Paul, MN, but had used a rideshare service to get there. Since Excel didn't have any lockers for purses, we had to take a car back to our hotel to drop off our purses, and then take a car back to the Excel Center. The Excel workers didn't seem very sympathetic to our situation, either. An email should have been sent out through Ticketmaster stating the new policy for the game. It was an expensive and aggravating night for travel.

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- Saint Paul

Had a great time! Would definitely recommend this! Fun, fun, fun!

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Disappointed with Xcel & Ticketmaster

- Saint Paul

Wasn’t made aware of the new rule changes at Xcel regarding purse size causing us to miss a quarter of the event.

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WOW!

- Saint Paul

7-0, and a hat trick!! Amazing for our first game!! Will definitely do it again!!

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Awesome Wild win!

- Saint Paul

We had great seats, and the Wild played an excellent game!

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Wild vs Oilers

- Saint Paul

Very satisfied with this event and the venue. The hockey was great, the food was great, and the fans were great

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3rd game

- Saint Paul

Minnesota vs Dallas was my third game an it was the best game I’ve been to, amazing venue, everything about the game the stadium the staff was amazing, definitely going to more games

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Great Game and Great Place

- Saint Paul

1st time at the Xcel Energy Center and it is a very easy place to get to and get around. The people working the event were very friendly.

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Fun Time

- Saint Paul

Always great seats at XCel Center and helpful people.

Information

Minnesota Wild at Xcel Energy Center

The Minnesota Wild plays in front of some of the NHL's most knowledgeable, passionate fans. Solidifying Minnesota's status as the State of Hockey, the club has sold out 695 games during its 18-year history in St. Paul. The Wild enters 2018-19 tied for the league's second-longest active postseason streak with appearances in six straight Playoffs.

The team's aggressive yet disciplined style displayed inside one of the NHL's most respected, boisterous venues makes for an exhilarating experience as the Wild aspires to deliver a Stanley Cup® Championship to Minnesota.

Minnesota Wild 2018-2019 Season

After notching a franchise-best 106 points two seasons ago, the Wild continued that momentum in 2017-18. Minnesota finished 45-26-11 -- third in the loaded Central Division -- thanks in part to the scoring prowess of Eric Staal, Mikael Granlund, and Jason Zucker and the steady play of workhorse defenseman Ryan Suter. At age 33, Staal scored 42 goals and had his best season in almost a decade, Zucker and defenseman Matt Dumba both enjoyed breakout seasons, and the team continued to rely on the veteran leadership of captain Mikko Koivu and reliable goaltending of Devan Dubnyk.

Injuries to Suter (broken ankle) and Zach Parise (broken sternum) contributed to the Wild's first-round Playoff series loss against the Winnipeg Jets.

Paul Fenton took over as general manager after the season and immediately began reshaping the Wild's roster, signing free agents Matt Hendricks, J.T. Brown, Eric Fehr, and Greg Pateryn. The Wild also added a host of young talent, starting with Filip Johansson, their first-round pick in the NHL Draft™.

Bruce Boudreau begins his third season behind the bench and leads active NHL head coaches in win percentage.

Minnesota Wild History

The state of Minnesota was without an NHL franchise for seven years after the 1993 departure of the North Stars. That void was filled when the city of Saint Paul landed the Wild as an expansion team in 2000. Hall of Famer Jacques Lemaire took over as the franchise's first head coach.

The Wild advanced to the Western Conference Finals in 2002-03 behind the play of right wing Marian Gaborik and has gone on to post a winning record in every season except one since. Starting with the 2012-13 season, Minnesota has reached the postseason six consecutive times, advancing past the first round twice.

Koivu has spent his entire NHL career with the Wild and is the franchise's all-time leader in games played, points and assists. Suter was named a first-team NHL All-Star in 2012-13, the same year defenseman Jonas Brodin was named to the All-Rookie squad.

The Wild has hosted a number of high-profile events, including the 2004 NHL All-Star game, the 2004 World Cup of Hockey, the 2011 NHL Draft™, and the 2016 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series played outside at TCF Bank Stadium.

Overall, the Wild has qualified for the Playoffs nine times in its history, posting a lifetime regular-season record of 652-520-188 (W-L-T/OL) and a 24-47 (W-L) record in the Playoffs.