Michael Russo has covered the National Hockey League since 1995. He has covered the Minnesota Wild for the Star Tribune since 2005, after 10 years of covering the Florida Panthers for the Sun-Sentinel. He uses “Russo’s Rants” to feed a wide-ranging hockey-centric discussion with readers, and can be heard weekly on KFAN (100.3 FM) radio and seen weekly on Fox Sports North.

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Wild single-game ticket information

Posted by: Michael Russo under Wild off-season news Updated: August 21, 2012 - 4:45 PM

Because everything is business as usual despite the threat of an NHL lockout potentially causing missed games, the Wild still has to sell tickets.

This afternoon, the team announced its plans to sell single-game tickets for the upcoming season.

The Wild has three exhibition games at Xcel Energy Center on Sept. 26 (Dallas), Sept. 27 (St. Louis) and Oct. 2 (Winnipeg). Those tickets go on sale Thursday at 10 a.m. at all Ticketmaster locations. Tickets range from $28-$100.

Tickets for regular-season home games go on sale Sept. 22 at 9 a.m. at the Xcel Energy Center boxoffice and at noon on wild.com and all Ticketmaster locations. Single-game pricing will be announced next month. The season is supposed to start Oct. 13 against Colorado.

In the event of a lockout, if games are missed, the Wild will announce refund information then.

The Wild is also offering a customizable Five-Game Flex Pack where you can pick the games from a menu. For more information, there's an advertisement you can click to the right of this blog, I believe. This can be purchased by calling the Wild or by going to the Wild's FAN Central State Fair booth.

Training camp is supposed to open Sept. 21. Season tickets are also on sale by calling the Wild.


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