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Wild 2013-14 Television Schedule

by Staff Writer / Minnesota Wild

The Minnesota Wild will play in a dozen nationally televised games during the 2013-14 regular season.

The Wild will make 70 appearances on FOX Sports North (including seven on FSN PLUS), and 12 on the NBC Sports Network. Minnesota opens its season at Xcel Energy Center against the Los Angeles Kings at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 3, on NBCSN.

FOX Sports North’s telecast schedule features at least one game versus 28 of the league’s other 29 teams. FOX Sports North’s schedule includes 37 telecasts at Xcel Energy Center and 33 road contests. Download a PDF of the complete television schedule, here.

Wild Live on FOX Sports North will air before and after every game telecast, part of the network’s family of comprehensive and personalized pre and postgame shows.

Minnesota Wild telecasts on FOX Sports North will feature play-by-play announcer Anthony LaPanta and color analyst Mike Greenlay. Tom Hanneman and Jamie Hersch will host Wild Live before and after every game featuring analysis from Ben Clymer, Kevin Gorg and Wes Walz.

Of the Wild’s 12 games on NBCSN, four are at home and eight are on the road. NBCSN opponents include Los Angeles (twice), Philadelphia (twice), St. Louis (twice), Boston, Buffalo, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit and Nashville.

For Wild fans out of the market, Minnesota will make six appearances on NHL Network, including versus Chicago on Dec. 5 at Xcel Energy Center.

For more information on FSN PLUS, visit the channel finder page. Comcast in the Twin Cities now offers FSN PLUS as a full-time channel (963 HD, 254 SD).

The Wild plays in the NHL’s new Central Division. Of the Wild’s 82 regular season games, 66 start at or before 7 p.m. (CT), with no game starting after 7 p.m. until Nov. 30.

KFAN-FM 100.3 begins its third season as the Wild’s official radio home, with conflict games moved to KOOL 108 (107.9 FM). The radio team features Bob Kurtz, Tom Reid and Kevin Falness.

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