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MN Wild clinch 10th trip to the playoffs in last 11 seasons

The Minnesota Wild has clinched a berth in the 2023 Stanley Cup Playoffs, marking the franchise’s 13th trip to the postseason and the 10th trip in the last 11 seasons. The schedule for Round 1 of the 2023 Stanley Cup Playoffs is expected to be announced by the NHL following the conclusion of all regular season games.

Ticket availability for all 2023 Stanley Cup Playoff games at Xcel Energy Center is expected to be extremely limited due to demand and priority access given to Minnesota Wild Season Ticket Members. The best shot way to secure 2023 Stanley Cup Playoff tickets is to become part of the Season Ticket Member Community. For more information visit tickets.wild.com. Fans are also encouraged to join our Ticket Alert/Text notification list at wild.com/stayconnected, designed to help fans get last-minute tickets to Wild home games that have limited availability.

In addition, fans choosing to search for tickets are encouraged to purchase tickets through reputable websites. Our verified partner websites for tickets are www.wild.com and www.ticketmaster.com. Fans can also attempt to purchase tickets in-person at Xcel Energy Center Box Office.

A limited number of suites are also available to purchase for Minnesota Wild Stanley Cup Playoff games at Xcel Energy Center. Please contact the suite sales team at (651) 312-3485 or suites@wild.com to inquire about availability and pricing for Wild playoff games.

Information about special events and pregame festivities related to the playoffs will be announced soon. Official Stanley Cup Playoff merchandise will be available soon at The Hockey Lodge and online at hockeylodge.com.

2023 Minnesota Wild playoff presenting partners are Xcel Energy, Treasure Island Resort and Casino, BMO and DailyPay.

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