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Blues vs Wild

Wild vs. Blues Tickets 2024

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Whether the game is at Enterprise Center or Xcel Energy Center, there's nothing like being there in person for a Minnesota Wild vs. St. Louis Blues game.

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Recent Wild - Blues Games

  • Nov 28, 2023 - St. Louis Blues at Minnesota Wild (1-3) at Xcel Energy Center (Saint Paul)
  • Apr 08, 2023 - St. Louis Blues at Minnesota Wild (3-5)
  • Mar 15, 2023 - Minnesota Wild at St. Louis Blues (8-5) at Enterprise Center (St. Louis)
  • Jan 08, 2023 - St. Louis Blues at Minnesota Wild (3-0)
  • Dec 31, 2022 - Minnesota Wild at St. Louis Blues (5-2)
  • Oct 04, 2022 - NHL Preseason - Minnesota Wild at St. Louis Blues (2-4)

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Frequently Asked Questions about the Blues vs. Wild Matchup and Tickets

 

How much are Blues vs. Wild tickets?

Wild-Blues tickets cost $104 on average. St. Louis Blues-Minnesota Wild prices will vary based on a number of factors. If they're meeting in the NHL Playoffs, prices will be higher than normal.

Wild-Blues Standing Room Only Tickets

Wild-Blues standing room only (SRO) tickets may be available, both in advance and on the night of the game. SRO tickets tend to be some of the most affordable NHL tickets.

When do St. Louis Blues vs. Minnesota Wild tickets go on sale?

Tickets for this matchup--like all NHL games--go on sale shortly after the 2024 NHL schedule is released. Check out the St. Louis Blues schedule or Minnesota Wild schedule for a full list of 2024 games.

How to watch Wild-Blues games in 2024?

The best way to watch the Wild-Blues game is, of course, to be there in person. If you can't make it to a game, Minnesota Wild and St. Louis Blues regular season games will be spread between ABC, ESPN, TNT and NHL Network. Regional sports networks like NBC Sports, NESN and Bally Sports also air NHL matchups.

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