Opening night for the Minnesota Wild is finally here. Colorado begins a three-game series in a four-day stretch – part of the 48 game NHL season.
The story of the summer in the NHL, before the lockout wiped out almost half of the season, was the free agent market for standouts Zach Parise and Ryan Suter.
“Wild Wednesday” is here as doors opened at the Xcel Energy Center at 6 p.m. for the team’s scrimmage.
NHL hockey returns to Minnesota this weekend. The lockout is over, the schedule is out and the fans are ready.
Longtime Wild fan Jim Ariola doesn’t mince words when it comes to the NHL lockout.
Minnesota Wild officials say they expect a sellout Saturday when the team opens at home after the lockout that wiped away half the season.
The NHL and players’ association have signed a memorandum of understanding, ending the lockout.
Among those with high anxiety during the lockout is Wild forward Matt Cullen.
Between the Vikings and the Wild, Minnesota sports fans have had their fill of drama and celebration this weekend.
The end of the NHL lockout isn’t official, but planning for the season is already underway at the Xcel Energy Center.
Zach Parise and Ryan Suter are finally going to work for the Minnesota Wild.
Hockey fans have a spring in their step Monday morning as they can start dreaming about going to Minnesota Wild games again.
Before everyone settled in for their fireworks on the Fourth of July, the Minnesota Wild put on quite a show themselves.
It looks like there will be a hockey season after all — shortened for sure, but perhaps back in business in a week or so.
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