Meet the Minnesota Wild on Sunday

The Minnesota Wild are hosting an open house on Sunday at the Xcel Energy Center. The event is free to the public and includes autograph sessions, open skating, and a state of the franchise address from head coach Mike Yeo and general manager Chuck Fletcher.
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The Minnesota Wild are hosting an open house on Sunday at the Xcel Energy Center. The event is free to the public and includes autograph sessions, open skating, and a state of the franchise address from head coach Mike Yeo and general manager Chuck Fletcher.

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