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Wild Kick Off Regular Season In St. Louis ThursdayOn Thursday night, the Minnesota Wild will play their first game of the regular season, and there is plenty going on today to celebrate.
Stanley Cup To Visit Inver Grove HeightsTwin Cities hockey fans have a rare opportunity Wednesday to get up-close-and-personal with the Stanley Cup.
Wild, Dumba Strike 2-Year, $5.1M DealThe Minnesota Wild and defenseman Matt Dumba have agreed to terms on a two-year, $5.1 million contract.
Wild Goalie Kuemper Signs 1-Year, $1.55M DealThe Minnesota Wild re-signed goalie Darcy Kuemper to a one-year, $1.55 million contract Tuesday, avoiding arbitration with the restricted free agent.
St. Cloud State Goalie Recalls Moment He Was Called Up To NHLCharlie Lindgren was the backstop for St. Cloud State -- the goalie who helped carry them to the NCAA tournament.
Court Denies NHL Motion To Dismiss Suit Over Head InjuriesA federal judge in Minnesota has denied the NHL's latest attempt to throw out a class-action lawsuit by former players filed over head injuries.
4 Things To Know: Cruz Drops Out, Wildfires In Canada, Powerball & MoreFrom Senator Ted Cruz dropping out of the race for president to a Powerball ticket worth $348 million, here's a look at the top four stories from May 4, 2016.
Wild Beat Stars With Help From Koivu's OT GoalMikko Koivu and the Minnesota Wild are going home and hoping for another trip to Dallas. Koivu scored the tying goal with 3:09 left in regulation, then redirected Ryan Suter's shot from the left point 4:55 in the overtime as Minnesota beat the Stars 5-4 on Friday night to stay alive in their first-round series.
Wild's Reilly Feels At Home With Fellow GophersIt is always interesting to see the local connections come up to the Minnesota Wild. There are several, including defenseman Mike Reilly. He has been up and down, and he is learning -- and he carries with him a sense of Wild history.
Wild Hoping For Another Boost From Fans In Game 4At the X, it's a constant roller coaster of emotions for both the fans and the players, who say they have to maintain an even keel thruoughout the highs and lows of the playoffs.
Wild Must Ramp Up Passion In Game 4It is amazing how a win can change your entire outlook. The Minnesota Wild got it in Game Three, and they need a big dose of that same emotion Wednesday in Game Four.
Stars' Seguin, Russell Likely Out For Game 4 Vs. WildThe Dallas Stars will likely be without standout center Tyler Seguin again in Game 4 of their first-round playoff series against the Minnesota Wild.

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