After four losses to start their season, the Minnesota Wild finally have a win under their belt.
The Minnesota Wild fell to the Pittsburgh Penguins 7-4 Saturday night, continuing a losing streak.
The Minnesota Wild are set to drop the puck at home for the first time this season on Saturday.
The Minnesota Wild will host its home opener Saturday night at Xcel Energy Center and debut a number of new game day features and events along with it.
The regular season doesn't kick off until October 3, but the Minnesota Wild are already back to work on the ice.
Jim Rich traveled to Madison, Wisconsin to talk with Minnesota Wild defenseman Ryan Suter about life, legacy, and what the Wild need to do to make the playoffs.
What would you be doing if you didn’t play sports? What’s your favorite food? What’s your favorite penguin? Will you sing the Itsy Bitsy Spider?
The Minnesota Wild have hired Bill Guerin as their new general manager.
The Minnesota Wild pup-dated their roster for the upcoming season with a paw-some new player.
From the outside, it seems like life couldn’t be any better for Bloomington, Minnesota native Tom Kurvers as he spends a glorious summer day up north teeing it up with his two boys.
The Give 16 Honors will take place August 28.
The Minnesota Wild opened NHL free agency on Monday by adding a pair of wingers to the roster.
With the NHL Entry Draft in the books, more than two dozen players were at Minnesota Wild Development Camp on Tuesday for the first of three days of workouts.
The Minnesota Wild is giving young players a taste of the NHL with a development camp this week.
Matt Hendricks retired from playing after 11 seasons in the NHL and is now the assistant director of player development for the Minnesota Wild, working with Brad Bombardir.
Even though the Minnesota Wild are not playing in the Stanley Cup Playoffs right now, there is another Wild team doing well so far in the postseason.
The Minnesota Wild will continue to call the Xcel Energy Center home for at least another decade.
Something has to change. That was the tone among Minnesota Wild players and General Manager Paul Fenton on Tuesday as the team gathered to say their goodbyes for the offseason.
A shakeup is underway in the Minnesota Wild’s front office, FOX 9 Sports confirmed Monday.
Bruce Boudreau hasn’t missed the NHL Playoffs since 1997, 22 years ago. The Minnesota Wild has been a playoff team six straight years, despite early exits in each of the last three seasons. Both streaks are in jeopardy of being over after the Wild lost 4-0 at Arizona Sunday night.