The average price for Minnesota Wild tickets during the regular season has fluctuated over the past six seasons. The lowest average ticket price for the Minnesota Wild was during the 2011-2012 season with a $39 ticket price. The highest Minnesota Wild ticket price came during the 2015-2016 season, with a $105 average ticket price. The current average price for Minnesota Wild tickets is at $74, which is 42% lower than last season’s price.
(Data updated 11/10/2016)
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2016 Wild Season Preview
The 2016-2017 Minnesota Wild schedule is set and the team is hoping that new head coach Bruce Boudreau will be able to lead the team further than they made it in the 2015-2016 season. The Wild finished 5th in the Central Division and 8th in the Western Conference. They made it to the first round of playoffs, however they lost to the Dallas Stars in a 4-2 series. The Minnesota Wild have acquired free agents Eric Staal, Alex Stalock, and Chris Stewart in the off-season. TicketCity is the place to go for Minnesota Wild tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Wild at Xcel Energy Center, or supporting Minnesota on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Minnesota Wild tickets, including home and away games.
Minnesota Wild Hockey at Xcel Energy Center Address: 199 Kellogg Blvd W, St Paul, Minnesota, 55102
The Wild play all their home games at the Xcel Energy Center, located in St. Paul, Minnesota. When filled to capacity, “The X” holds nearly 18,000 loyal Wild fans. The state-of-the-art facility is also the home to the Minnesota Swarm of the National Lacrosse League. Many other entertainment acts and events are held throughout the year at the Xcel Energy Center. The Minnesota Wild home bench is on the Xcel Energy Center rink side in front of section 117. Xcel Energy Center parking information is covered in our Wild event guide.
Wild vs. Canucks
From broken noses to players being knocked on the ground while celebrating a hat trick, this matchup has seen it all. The fans even got in the act in 2003, when the Canucks faithful threw beer on the Wild coach after a Minnesota win. Five-game suspensions, ejections, high-sticking and bench-clearing brawls. If you’re in the house for a Wild-Canucks game, be prepared to see some fireworks as well.
Minnesota Wild in the Stanley Cup, Western Conference Championship, and NHL Playoffs
After years of jockeying for a franchise, an NHL team finally returned to the “State of Hockey” in the form of the Minnesota Wild in 2000. The Wild have played in exactly one Western Conference Final and made it to four NHL Playoffs.
2015 Minnesota Wild Season Preview
The Minnesota Wild have been one of the most exciting hockey teams in the NHL over the last three seasons. The Wild have progressed from playoff afterthought, to one of the toughest draws in the NHL. The biggest question for the 2015 Minnesota Wild team will be if they are finally good enough to get passed the Blackhawks in the post season. To help get them there, the Wild acquired highly sought after defenseman Mike Reilly, who is expected to start the season in the NHL. But the real key for the Wild’s chances will be on the shoulders of goalie Devan Dubnyk. Acquiring Dubnyk last season helped propel Minnesota to the 2nd round of the playoffs, and added a premier talent in the net. If he can continue to play on the same level as last season, the Minnesota Wild like their chances of advancing farther than the 2nd round in the 2015 Stanley Cup playoffs.
2014 Minnesota Wild Season Preview
The Minnesota Wild built off of their success in 2012, and turned out a great season in 2013. The Wild finished the year 43-27 and almost cracked 100 points. They then proceeded to upset the Central Division champion Colorado Avalanche in the quarterfinals and were an overtime goal away from taking the defending champion Chicago Blackhawks to 7 games in the NHL Western Conference semi-finals. This has created lofty expectations for the Minnesota Wild coming into 2014. It is hard to consider the Wild a favorite in the stacked NHL Western Conference, but they definitely have the talent and now the experience to make a run for the Stanley Cup finals. The biggest acquisition for the Wild in the offseason was winger Thomas Vanek. Vanek should add extra scoring potential for a Wild team that just need a little more offensive firepower last season. Look for the Minnesota Wild’s young core of Mikael Granlund, Charlie Coyle, and Erik Haula to continue to improve, and for the Wild to be one of the toughest draws in the Western Conference for the 2014 NHL Season.
2013 Minnesota Wild Season Preview
Minnesota has a corps of players that on paper looks like they can compete with anyone in the NHL. Now, can they do it on the ice? With Zach Parise and Ryan Suter locked down in long-term deals, Minnesota is built for success in the long run – and they’ve added a few more pieces this offseason to boot. Keith Ballard, Matt Cooke and Nino Niederreiter are the new additions, and Nino could be the best acquisition Minnesota has made in a long time. They had to give up Cal Clutterbuck to get the youngster, but he looks to be well worth the price tag. The Wild are on the road much of the December, including trips to Pittsburgh, New York and Winnipeg. In January, they start off on the 2nd with a home game against the Buffalo Sabres. Midway through the month they have a quick homestand with games against the Senators, Oilers and Stars.
2011 Minnesota Wild Season Preview
The Wild season turned out to be not so last year for Minnesota. They ended the year in 12th place in the Western Conference with an offense that scored next-to-last in the league in goals. However, with a busy offseason, the Twin Cities is looking to be electric in 2011-12. If you need scoring, then you bring in forwards, and Minnesota decided to put Dany Heatley and Devin Setoguchi in their sweater instead of the San Jose Sharks jersey they both donned last year. However, in bringing them in, they had to part ways with their first and third scoring options, Martin Havlat and Andrew Burnette. Thanks to both of those new options, however, they won’t be missed as much. One player that may be missed, however, is defenseman Brent Burns. Burns scored 46-points in 2010-11, which was more than his fellow 11 defensemen scored all year combined. That means it will be up to Marek Zidlicky and Nick Schultz to shore up the defense if the Wild hope to squeak out wins this year.
2010 Minnesota Wild Season Preview
After the Minnesota Wild got off to a slow start last season, it was difficult for them to rebound, and while they finished two games over .500, they missed out on the postseason for the second consecutive year. Minnesota has a stable of talented players, and although they may improve, being in the Western conference may make it difficult for them to break into the playoffs. Offensively, one of the big changes fans of the Wild are hoping to see is better production from Martin Havlat. While he is among the most adept scorers in the league, he had a down year last season and will be looking to rebound in 2010. Along with Havlat, the scoring attack will be centered around Guillaume Latendresse, who netted 25 goals in limited time last year. Center Mikko Koivu, the team's leading scorer for last year, will be back as well. The defense may need some work, as it was a weak point of the Wild last season. Defensemen like Marek Zidlicky and Nick Schultz should improve. The Wild have one of the better goalies in the NHL with Niklas Backstrom, but a porous defense in front of him may make his job difficult.
2009 Minnesota Wild Season Preview
The Minnesota Wild will be looking to make the next step in the 2009-2010 NHL season. The Wild barely missed the playoffs last year, ultimately missing a Western Conference spot by only 2 games. Now Minnesota will rebuild behind Head Coach Todd Richards, who hopes to make up those wins on the way to a 2010 NHL playoff berth.
Minnesota Wild - 11/30/2016
The Minnesota Wild have lost two consecutive games and are currently third in the Central Division with a record of 11-8-3.