In the 2002-03 season, the Wild made their first ever appearance at the Stanley Cup, but lost to the Detroit Red Wings. The Wild have won one Division Championship, in 07-08. The Minnesota Wild have successfully sold out 400+ consecutive home games at Xcel Energy Center between 2010-2017. Their colors are Iron Range Red, Forest Gold, Harvest Gold, and Minnesota Wheat. The logo depicts the silhouette of a wild animal, and a forest landscape. The eye of the animal is the North Star, which plays homage to their previous NHL team the North Stars, as well as the state’s motto which translates to “The Star of the North.”
How many suites are available to rent for Minnesota Wild Game?
Xcel Energy Center has 74 total suites available for Minnesota Wild home appearances. Each suite has a capacity of 12-18 guests, depending on the suite location and level. Xcel Energy Center premium seating areas, RBC Wealth Management Club Level, Bud Light Top Shelf Lounge, and Audi On-The-Glass Seats may be available to seat larger parties depending on the event date.
Minnesota Wild Suite Amenities & Special Features:
- iPad access
- Canoe-inspired private bar
- Sustainable lighting
- Exclusive club seating
- Beautifully furnished and fully carpeted suites
- Private club level restrooms
- Access to club level restaurants and full service bars
- Multiple televisions
Why should I book my Minnesota Wild Suite with SuiteHop?
SuiteHop is an online marketplace providing the most comprehensive details and availability for suite events at Xcel Energy Center. With real time pricing and a high attention to customer service, SuiteHop's suite experts will help you from booking your suite all the way through ordering catering for your event.
How to do I get to Xcel Energy Center?
Xcel Energy Center is nestled between Interstate 94 and 35E, so you can easily access it from many different directions. The arena is located on the corner of W. Kellogg Blvd. and W. 7th Street, in the heart of downtown.
If you are using public transit, many bus routes, as well as the Green line services the downtown St. Paul area. In addition to that, St. Paul boasts an impressive skyway system, which is a 5 mile long stretch of a climate - controlled above ground walkway that connects buildings in downtown via the second floor. Skyway maps are color coded. For more information, check out this page: https://www.xcelenergycenter.com/plan-your-visit/directions
What should I do before my Minnesota Wild game?
St. Paul, Minnesota is a bustling metropolis area, and, together with the neighboring city of Minneapolis, form the “twin cities” of Minnesota. Saint Paul is the capital city of Minnesota, and is home to many great landmarks such as the Science Museum of Minnesota, that has many different dinosaur specimens on display, as well as the famous immersive theater experience.
If you find yourself wondering about the rich history of the city, the Minnesota History Center has stunning interactive exhibits. If you’re in town, visiting the Cathedral of Saint Paul cannot be missed, and the Como Park Zoo and Conservatory is a nationally known zoo.
Where should I stay before my Minnesota Wild Suite Event?
The following hotels are located nearby Xcel Energy Center:
- Hotel Metro
- Hyatt Place St. Paul
- Hotel 340
- Embassy Suites by Hilton St. Paul
- The Saint Paul Hotel
- Covington Inn