Minnesota Wild

Hockey Families Take Advantage Of Equipment Giveaway At Xcel Energy CenterIn the State of Hockey: You still need helmets and pads to play -- and all that gear can get expensive. That's why hockey families took advantage of an equipment giveaway Saturday.
Wild Claim Left Wing Chris Porter Off WaiversThe Minnesota Wild have claimed left wing Chris Porter off waivers from Philadelphia. The move was made Thursday before the Wild's final exhibition game against Buffalo. Porter signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Flyers but was one of their final training camp cuts.
4 Things To Know: BLM To Meet St. Paul Mayor, Last Wild Preseason Game & MoreFrom Black Lives Matter St. Paul meeting with the city's mayor to a government shutdown avoided, here are the four stories to know for Thursday, Oct. 1.
Matt Dumba Scores Twice, Wild Rout Visiting Jets 8-1Nino Niederreiter, Charlie Coyle, Mikael Granlund and Matt Dumba scored first-period goals and the Minnesota Wild beat the visiting Winnipeg Jets 8-1 in an exhibition game Sunday night.
Dubnyk, Wild, Stymie Blue JacketsIn Columbus, Ohio, Devan Dubnyk made 22 saves to help the Minnesota Wild beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 5-2.
Minnesota Wild Return To Ice With Stalwart Dubnyk In GoalWhen Devan Dubnyk arrived last winter, the Minnesota Wild were drifting. His NHL career, too, had taken on a nomadic tone. The six-year, $26 million contract signed by the lanky goalie during the summer was designed to give both Dubnyk and the Wild the stability they have desired for some time.
Wild Fans Get To Watch Practice, Take A Shot At Single Game TicketsMinnesota Wild fans watched the players take the ice at the Xcel Energy Center Saturday for the first time in four months. The team made a morning of their first public practice. Hundreds of fans took part in The Wild Breakaway Run outside the Xcel.
Minnesota Wild Starts Season With Media DayIf you are wondering if summer is over, the Minnesota Wild reported for training camp on Thursday. As Mike Max tells us, the pieces are the same and the questions are obvious.
Minnesota Wild Announce New Security Measures For Home GamesMinnesota Wild fans will see new security measures when they attend home games this season. The team announced the new measures Monday. They take effect Sept. 21 at Xcel Energy Center as part of a league-wide effort.
Reality Check: Minnesota's Sports Facilities Building BoomMinnesota's new major league soccer franchise may be closing in on a location for its new home: a privately-financed $150 million, 20,000 seat soccer stadium in St. Paul or Minneapolis.
Assistant Wild Coach Accused Of Driving Drunk With Son In CarA Minnesota Wild assistant coach is in jail after he allegedly drove drunk with his son also in the car late Thursday afternoon.
Outdoor Battle Between Wild, Blackhawks Coming To TCF StadiumOn a hot summer day, they were outside talking hockey at Minneapolis' TCF Bank Stadium Wednesday for the official prelude to an outdoor NHL game in Minnesota. "This is an unbelievable day for us," Wild owner Craig Leopold said. "We have worked really, really hard in the last seven, eight years to try to get an outdoor game for our market, for our fans."