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Minnesota Wild Tickets

Minnesota Wild Tickets
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Entering the 2013 NHL season the Minnesota Wild will look to improve from last year where they finished 4th in the Northwest and failed to qualify for the postseason. The Wild may have failed to qualify for the playoffs for a 4th consecutive season, but fans should feel a sense of change in Minnesota in 2013. The Wild were the big winners during the offseason, coming away with two of the biggest namesin the free agent market, Ryan Suter and Zach Parise. Both Suter and Parise are locked into 13-year deals worth a whopping $98 million each, but the Wild are confident they put their money in a good place. Suter and Parise will join captain Mikko Koivu and top scorer last season Dany Heatley on the Wilds’ offense. Minnesota’s blue line will be tough with players like Tom Gilbert and Kurtis Foster, and their depth will likely improve with more experience. Goaltender Niklas Bäckström will enter his seventh year with the franchise and is eager to give his team a playoff appearance. If all goes according to plan, the Minnesota will emerge as a powerhouse in the Northwest Division and a Stanley Cup contender this season. Don’t miss the 2013 NHL season with the Minnesota Wild by getting your ticket for you guy at Gold Coast Tickets today! The Minnesota Wild are based in St. Paul, Minnesota and play hockey in the Northwest Division of the Western Conference. The Wild joined the NHL in 2000 and became the first NHL team to represent Minnesota since the Minnesota North Stars relocated to Dallas in 1993. The Wild have yet to claim a Stanley Cup but won their first division title in during the 2007-08 season. Some of the franchise’s scoring leaders include Marian Gaborik, Mikko Koivu, and Pierre-Marc Bouchard. The Xcel Energy Centerhas been home to the Wild since the franchise was founded and sold out every game from opening night in 2000 until mid-October in 2010, totaling 400 consecutive games. Some of the Wilds’ chief rivals include the Calgary Flames and the Vancouver Canucks. For more information on the Minnesota Wild and their 2013 NHL season, visit their website at: