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Minnesota Wild Panoramic Picture - Xcel Energy Center

Minnesota Wild Panoramic Picture - Xcel Energy Center

SKU: NHLWILD3
This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the action of the Minnesota Wild® playing on home ice to a capacity crowd at Xcel Energy Center. On June 25, 1997, the NHL® announced that Minnesota had been awarded an expansion franchise to begin play in the 2000-2001 season. The club name, the result of a fan write-in campaign, reflects Minnesota’s natural beauty and wildlife. The Wild crest is a pictogram that depicts both the Minnesota Wilderness and the silhouette of a wild animal. Among the components hidden in the logo are the North Star, evergreen trees, a red sky, the sun and/or moon and a stream. The organization retired sweater number 1, as a tribute to Wild Fans, on October 11, 2000.
Minnesota Wild Panorama - Xcel Energy Center Pictures

Minnesota Wild Panorama - Xcel Energy Center Pictures

SKU: NHLWILD2
This panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, captures the jubilation of Minnesota Wild® fans as they witness the game-winning overtime goal in Game 3 of the Western Conference quarterfinals at Xcel Energy Center. The sensational ending in front of a white-towel-waving crowd of 19,238 fans was the Wild's first postseason victory since April 2008. In 1997, the National Hockey League® announced that a franchise would return to the Twin Cities and the Wild began play in 2000, becoming the first NHL® franchise in Minnesota since the 1993 season. In the 2002-03 NHL season, the team made its first playoff appearance and made a remarkable run to the Western Conference Finals.
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Minnesota Wild Panoramic Fan Cave Decor

Our Minnesota Wild wall decor features an exciting team from the home of hockey - Minnesota. You can celebrate the views from St. Paul's Xcel Energy Centerin our fan cave prints. The perfect gift for any lover of Minnesota Wild hockey, these timeless images will be celebrated for decades to come.

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