Xcel Energy Center

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Xcel Energy Center
Location Saint Paul, Minnesota
Opened September 29, 2000
Other Names n/a
Tenants Minnesota Wild (2000-present)

The Xcel Energy Center (also known as "The X") is a multi-purpose arena, located in Saint Paul, Minnesota. It is named for its locally based corporate sponsor Xcel Energy. The building is home to the NHL's Minnesota Wild.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Hockey League April 29, 2003 Minnesota Wild vs. Vancouver Canucks Postseason Program
National Hockey League February 8, 2004 Eastern Conference vs. Western Conference NHL All-Star Game Program
National Hockey League November 4, 2006 Minnesota Wild vs. Nashville Predators Program
National Hockey League April 11, 2013 Minnesota Wild vs. St. Louis Blues Program
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