Minnesota Wild Schedule – 2023-24

10/12/20238:00Florida Panthers
10/14/20237:00@Toronto Maple Leafs
10/17/20237:00@Montreal Canadiens
10/19/20238:00Los Angeles Kings
10/21/20238:00Columbus Blue Jackets
10/24/20239:00Edmonton Oilers
10/26/20237:00@Philadelphia Flyers
10/27/20237:00@Washington Capitals
10/29/20235:00@New Jersey Devils
11/2/20238:00New Jersey Devils
11/4/20238:00New York Rangers
11/7/20237:30@New York Islanders
11/9/20237:00@New York Rangers
11/10/20237:00@Buffalo Sabres
11/12/20236:00Dallas Stars
11/18/202311:00@Ottawa Senators
11/19/20238:00Toronto Maple Leafs
11/24/20238:30Colorado Avalanche
11/26/20231:00@Detroit Red Wings
11/28/20238:00St. Louis Blues
11/30/20238:00@Nashville Predators
12/3/20232:00Chicago Blackhawks
12/5/20239:00@Calgary Flames
12/7/202310:00@Vancouver Canucks
12/8/20239:00@Edmonton Oilers
12/10/20239:00@Seattle Kraken
12/14/20238:00Calgary Flames
12/16/20232:00Vancouver Canucks
12/18/20237:00@Pittsburgh Penguins
12/19/20237:00@Boston Bruins
12/21/20238:00Montreal Canadiens
12/23/20237:00Boston Bruins
12/27/20238:00Detroit Red Wings
12/30/20233:00@Winnipeg Jets
12/31/20232:00Winnipeg Jets
1/2/20248:00Calgary Flames
1/4/20248:00Tampa Bay Lightning
1/6/20247:00@Columbus Blue Jackets
1/8/20248:00Dallas Stars
1/10/20247:30@Dallas Stars
1/12/20248:00Philadelphia Flyers
1/13/20248:00Arizona Coyotes
1/15/20246:00New York Islanders
1/18/20247:00@Tampa Bay Lightning
1/19/20247:00@Florida Panthers
1/21/20245:00@Carolina Hurricanes
1/23/20248:00Washington Capitals
1/25/20248:00Nashville Predators
1/27/20249:00Anaheim Ducks
2/7/20249:30@Chicago Blackhawks
2/9/20248:00Pittsburgh Penguins
2/12/202410:00@Vegas Golden Knights
2/14/20249:30@Arizona Coyotes
2/17/20245:00Buffalo Sabres
2/19/20242:00Vancouver Canucks
2/20/20248:00@Winnipeg Jets
2/23/20249:00@Edmonton Oilers
2/24/202410:00@Seattle Kraken
2/27/20248:00Carolina Hurricanes
2/29/20248:00@Nashville Predators
3/2/20248:00@St. Louis Blues
3/3/20247:00San Jose Sharks
3/7/20249:00@Arizona Coyotes
3/8/20249:00@Colorado Avalanche
3/10/20243:30Nashville Predators
3/12/20248:00Arizona Coyotes
3/14/20248:00Anaheim Ducks
3/16/20248:00@St. Louis Blues
3/19/202410:00@Anaheim Ducks
3/20/202410:00@Los Angeles Kings
3/23/20243:00St. Louis Blues
3/28/20248:00San Jose Sharks
3/30/20243:00Vegas Golden Knights
4/2/20248:00Ottawa Senators
4/4/20248:00Colorado Avalanche
4/6/20244:00Winnipeg Jets
4/7/20243:30@Chicago Blackhawks
4/9/20249:30@Colorado Avalanche
4/12/202410:00@Vegas Golden Knights
4/13/202410:30@San Jose Sharks
4/15/20249:30@Los Angeles Kings
4/18/20247:00Seattle Kraken

The Minnesota Wild, established in 2000, are a professional ice hockey team based in St. Paul, Minnesota. They are a part of the Central Division in the Western Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). The team’s name “Wild” reflects Minnesota’s rich natural heritage and abundant wilderness. The franchise was a result of an expansion initiative by the NHL to increase its presence in the United States.

Throughout their history, the Wild have experienced varying levels of success on the ice. They have consistently been known for their strong defensive play and disciplined style of hockey. Notably, the team has had several playoff appearances, with their best season being in 2002-03 when they advanced to the Western Conference Final. The Xcel Energy Center, situated in downtown St. Paul, serves as the home arena for the Wild and is known for its passionate fan base that creates an electric atmosphere during games.

The Wild have seen a mix of standout players over the years, with Marian Gaborik, Mikko Koivu, and Zach Parise among the notable names in the team’s history. The franchise has undergone changes in leadership and coaching as they continue to strive for their first Stanley Cup championship. With a loyal fan base and a commitment to success, the Wild remain a significant presence in the NHL, aiming to make their mark in the league’s competitive landscape.