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Wild Scrimmage In Front Of Over 13,000 Fans

The Minnesota Wild took the ice for the first time in 2012-13 for an intra-squad scrimmage Wednesday night at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. Over 18,000 tickets were distributed for the event, and the attendance was announced at 13,096

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Wild Opener at Home Next Saturday Versus Avalanche

The Minnesota Wild will open the lockout-shortened season at home next weekend against Colorado. The NHL released the 48-game schedules on Saturday night, one week before they begin.

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Ryan Suter (left) and Zach Parise speak to reporters after they sign with the Minnesota Wild. (Hannah Foslien, Getty Images)
Ryan Suter (left) and Zach Parise speak to reporters after they sign with the Minnesota Wild. (Hannah Foslien, Getty Images)
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Wild Players Take to the Ice

The NHL lockout is close to officially being over and 18 Minnesota Wild players took to the ice to practice with the team at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. Among the 18 players were top free agents Ryan Suter and Zach Parise.

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St. Paul Businesses Welcome End of NHL Lockout

Downtown St. Paul businesses that cater to Minnesota Wild fans are celebrating the tentative pact to end the NHL lockout. Business has been way down at several establishments near the Xcel Energy Center, including Sakura, a sushi restaurant popular with fans and players alike.

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NHL Lockout Leaves Fans, Businesses Frustrated

There's no end in sight to a lockout that is preventing you from seeing the Minnesota Wild's two newest star players, Zach Parise and Ryan Suter. The current collective bargaining agreement expired Saturday, locking out the players from team facilities.

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Wild Lockout Offer To Season Ticket Holders

The Minnesota Wild have offered 10% interest on the dollar value of the tickets to season ticket holders if they credit those games lost due to the lockout. The credit can be applied toward future games or subsequent season renewels. Credit will be issued when a new collective bargaining agreement is reached between the players and owners.

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Wild Introduce Parise, Suter at Press Conference

The Minnesota Wild officially welcomed free agent signees Zach Parise and Ryan Suter at a press conference at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul Monday. Parise and Suter both signed 13-year $98 Million contracts. Parise said at the press conference that both he and Suter wanted to be here and that it all came together as they talked about the possibility Monday and Tuesday of last week. Both agreed to contracts on Wednesday July 4.

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Parise and Suter Signings Trigger Ticket Sales

The Minnesota Wild signings of top free agents Ryan Suter and Zach Parise triggered 500 season tickets sales for the Wild in the first 2 hours after the signings were announced. The Wild signed 700 season tickets yesterday alone. Single game tickets arn't available for sale yet.

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Wild Sign Parise, Suter To 13-Year Contracts

The Minnesota Wild signed the top two available NHL free agents left wing Zach Parise and defenseman Ryan Suter to 13-year $98 Million contracts on Wednesday. Parise and Suter are both 27-years old and have Minnesota ties. Parise grew up in Minnesota, played high school hockey at Shattuck St. Mary's in Faribault, college hockey at North Dakota and is the son of former Minnesota North Star J.P. Parise. Suter's wife is from Bloomington, Minnesota.

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Parise, Suter Decision Could Come Today

The Minnesota Wild could find out today according to sources whether they will land top free agents Zach Parise and Ryan Suter. Parise arrived in Minnesota yesterday to talk over his decision with his family but indicated to the Star Tribune that him being here didn't necessarily indicate that he would sign with the Wild. The Wild visited Suter in Madison, Wisconsin Tuesday but so did Detroit.

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