Wild pregame party slated for Saturday

Get ready for the Minnesota Wild season opener Saturday night at home against the Columbus Blue Jackets. There will be a pregame party from 4:30-6:30 outside the Xcel Energy Center. The party will include live music, autographs, and the KFAN radio pregame show.
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Get ready for the Minnesota Wild season opener Saturday night at home against the Columbus Blue Jackets. There will be a pregame party from 4:30-6:30 outside the Xcel Energy Center. The party will include live music, autographs, and the KFAN radio pregame show.

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