MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Wild and the Minnesota Timberwolves will have new homes on the radio dial next season.

The Timberwolves and WCCO radio have announced a multi-year radio partnership. Starting next season, WCCO 830 will broadcast all 82 regular season games, as well as playoffs and two preseason games. Coverage will include full pregame and postgame shows.

Meanwhile, the Minnesota Wild are moving up the dial to KFAN.

The Wild announced a three-year partnership with Clear Channel Communications to broadcast all preseason, regular season and playoff games on KFAN 1130. That deal also starts next season and includes pregame and postgame coverage.

The Wild have been on WCCO for the team’s first 11 years.

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Comments (5)
  1. ews says:

    Wow, no Twins now no Wild – I’m running out of reasons to listen to 830.

  2. Swamp Fox says:

    What’s happening at ‘CCO??? Why is CBS so cheap as to not fight for Twins and now Wild play-by-play? Why??? Good Neighbor is this happening?

  3. BUZZCUT says:

    …so that’s why Chad Hartman was hired by WCCO to bring the Wolves on 830.

  4. peterbilt says:

    Dont know why anybody would want to listen to 830, what the the moronic Dave Lee, idiotic Mike Lynch, not to mention that Republican shrew Tafoya!
    Cannon must be spinning in his grave!

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