Professional sports season tickets are not cheap. Huskies, Johnnies, and Gophers season tickets are more in my budget. If money were no object, and you could have season tickets to one Minnesota pro sports team -- who would you choose?
The Minnesota Wild find themselves in a nearly inescapable 0-3 series deficit after losing to the St. Louis Blues 3-1 this afternoon in St. Louis. To survive, the Wild will have to become just the 5th team in NHL history to come back after losing the first three games of a best-of-seven series.
The Minnesota Wild find themselves in an 0-2 series deficit after losing to the St. Louis Blues 2-1 last night at the Xcel Energy Center. It appeared the Wild had scored just as the clock expired in the third period, but further review showed that the clock had already run out.
The Minnesota Wild find themselves in an early 0-1 series deficit after losing to the St. Louis Blues 2-1 in overtime last night at the Xcel Energy Center. The Wild tied the game with just 22 seconds left in the third period, before losing in OT.
The Minnesota Wild begin their 2017 post-season playoff run tonight against the St. Louis Blues at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. The Wild will have home ice advantage in the first round best-or-seven series. Oddsmakers likes Minnesota's chances in their run for the cup.
Not to be lost amidst the Minnesota Wild's NHL playoff run, or the hot start by the MLB's Minnesota Twins, or even the improved ending to the NBA's Minnesota Timberwolves season -- the NFL released the Minnesota Vikings 2017 preseason schedule today.
As the number two seed in the Western Conference, the Minnesota Wild will have home ice advantage against the St. Louis Blues in the first round of the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs. Here's the best-of-seven series schedule released by the NHL:
The Minnesota Twins (5-1) beat the Chicago White Sox (2-3) 4-1 this afternoon in the Windy City, giving them the best record in major league baseball (tied with Colorado and Arizona). Yeah, we know it's early, but still...
The Minnesota Wild (49-25-8) beat the Arizona Coyotes (30-42-1-) 3-1 last night in Phoenix. After a rough March, the Wild ended the regular season by winning 5 in a row, and set a season record for the team ending with 106 points.
The Minnesota Twins (4-0) beat the Chicago White Sox (1-2) 3-1 last night in the Windy City, starting the season with four straight wins for first time since 1987. Remember what else the Twins did in 1987?
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