Minnesota Wild Tickets – Time To Get Wild About Winning!-plants war

25 Jul

Sports-and-Recreation The 2008-2009 Minnesota Wild forwards are Eric Belanger, Derek Boogaard, Pierre-Marc Bouchard, Andrew Brunette, Cal Clutterbuck, Marian Gaborik, Colton Gillies, Mikko Koivu, Krystofer Kolanos, Antti Miettinen, Owen Nolan, Benoit Pouliot, James Shappard, Stephane Veilleux and Craig Weller. Wild defensemen players include Marc-Andre Bergeron, Brent Burns, Kurtis Foster, Kim Johnsson, Erik Reitz, Nick Schultz, John Scott, Martin Skoula and Marek Zildilicky. Goalies include Niklas Backstrom and Josh Harding. Gaborik is the only team member currently on injured reserves. So far, so good. With the last game before break going down in the records as a loss against the Maple Leafs, the Wild will finish out January with two more games against the Oilers and the Canucks. Then its on to February, when the Wild will host games against the Ducks, Predators, Oilers, Avalanche, Senators, Flames, Red Wings and Kings. Games on the road for the month of February will be occasions for the Wild to hit the ice as visitors against the Red Wings, Blackhawks, Flames and Oilers. In March, the Wild will continue their away games with scheduled games against the Canucks, Sharks, Kings, Ducks, Avalanche, Stars, blues, Devils, Rangers, Islanders, Flames and Oilers. The balance of the games held in March will be at home for the Wild and against the Sharks, Avalanche, Oilers and the Canucks. The Wild will bring the 2008-09 season to a close with home games in April against the Flames, Stars and the Predators. Away games for April will be against the Red Wings and the Blue Jackets; the latter of which will be the final game on Saturday, April 11. Wild coaches include head coach Jaques Lemaire, assistant coach Mike Ramsey, assistant coach Mario Tremblay, assistant coach Matt Shaw, goaltending coach Bob Mason and strength and conditioning coach Kirl Olson. The training and equipment staff include head athletic therapist Don Fuller, assistant athletic trainer Travis Green, assistant athletic trainer Tom Kiff, head equipment manager Tony DaCosta, assistant equipment manager Brent Proulx and assistant equipment manager Matt Benz. The medical staff for the Wild are lead by medical director Sheldon Burns, orthopedic surgeon Joel Boyd, oral surgeon David Hamlar, sports psychology consultant Charles Maher, nutritionist Carrie Peterson, team dentist Kyle Edlund, team dentist Mike Nanne, and team dentist Mike Pelke. Wild players in the system include forwards Cody Almond, Robert earl, Eero Elo, Chris Hickey, Danny Irmen, Petr Kalus, Matt Kassian, Corey Locke, Bryan Lundbohm, Morten Madsen, Carson Mcmillan, Peter Olvecky, Jesse Schultz and Roman Voloshenko; defensemen Anthony Aiello, Paul Albers, Tyler Cuma, Riley Emmerson, Justin Falk, Harri Ilvonen, Sean Lorenz, Kyle Medvec, Tomas Mojzis, Maxim Noreau, Brandon Rogers, Marco Scandella and Clayton Stoner and goalies Niko Hovinen, Anton Khudobin and Nolan Schaefer. The Wilds are currently sitting, perhaps a bit too .fortably, in ninth place in the NHL Western Conference standings with 23 wins, 20 losses and 3 OT. With a total of 49 points, the scores a far cry from the top of the Western Conference standings where San Jose is with 73 points. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: