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Apr. 08, 2020

On this date in Wild history: feature writer Tom Witosky details the impact the rookies made on the 2018-19 season and the Wild falls in overtime to a pair of opponents. 

Apr. 07, 2020

On this date in Wil history: Justin Kloos talks about the whirlwind of signing with the Wild and the team falls to Texas in 2015. 

Apr. 06, 2020

Iowa Wild is proud to announce forward Mike Liambas as the team’s IOA/American Specialty AHL Man of the Year for the 2019-20 season for his continued dedication to his Kindness Campaign.

Apr. 06, 2020

On this date in Wild history: a trio of prospects head to Iowa, a pair of wins against Chicago and roasting the IceHogs.

Apr. 03, 2020

On this date in Wild history: Landon Ferraro named IOA/American Specialty Man of the Year for his dedication to the All Heart Foundation, Stalock returns from a stint in Minnesota, and the Wild rout the Rochester Americans.

Apr. 02, 2020

On this date in Wild history: Gustov Olofsson makes a splash in his pro debut, Jon Blum gives back to the community and Tyson Strachan plays hero.

Apr. 01, 2020

On this date in Wild history: a fan-favorite signs his first deal, a defenseman gets his first NHL call-up and the Wild double up the Moose. 

Mar. 31, 2020

A look back in Wild history on this date takes us to Brett Young's post-game concert and the professional debut of Justin Kloos. 

Mar. 30, 2020

Today we take a look back at everything that has happened in Wild history on March 30, which includes Sam Anas breaking a record and Zach Palmquist signing his first contract. 

Mar. 20, 2020

Iowa Wild General Manager Tom Kurvers sat down with wild.com to talk about how his life has changed since the COVID-19 outbreak and how he is handling social distancing. 

Mar. 16, 2020

Minnesota Wild General Manager Bill Guerin announced today the National Hockey League (NHL) club has reassigned defenseman Matt Bartkowski to Iowa Wild of the American Hockey League (AHL).

Mar. 16, 2020

John Odgers knew at a young age he wanted to work in the world of professional hockey. After all, the 26-year-old native of Spy Hill, Sask., and son of NHL veteran Jeff Odgers is what one might call a “hockey brat.”