|Wild fans in Duluth and Wisconsin will now be able to watch more Wild hockey with the creation of the Wild TV Network. |
The Minnesota Wild has announced the formation of the Minnesota Wild Television Network, which will make select Wild games that air on KSTC.TV, Channel 45 available to fans in Duluth, Minnesota, Wisconsin and potentially markets in Southeastern Minnesota as well.
“We’re proud to introduce the Minnesota Wild Television Network,” Wild Manager of Broadcasting Maggie Kukar said. “Combined with the Minnesota Wild Radio Network, which is up to 32 affiliates, this is a great way for Wild fans in other parts of the Upper Midwest to follow the Wild throughout the season.” KDLH Channel 3
, a CBS affiliate in Duluth, launched the Wild Television Network by showing the Wild/Vancouver Canucks game on Friday.
The Wisconsin market includes The CW (WXOW DT 19.2) in La Crosse
, The CW (WQOW DT 18.2) in Eau Claire
, WAOW TV 9 in Wausau
and WYOW TV 34 in Eagle River
The following four games are scheduled to air on the Minnesota Wild Television Network:
|Date ||Opponent ||Time (CDT) |
|Sunday, December 2 ||vs. Vancouver Canucks ||5:00 PM |
|Friday, December 7 ||at Detroit Red Wings ||6:30 PM |
|Saturday, January 5 ||at Nashville Predators ||7:00 PM |
|Saturday, March 22 ||at Calgary Flames ||8:00 PM |
Also, potential first and second round games of the Stanley Cup playoffs, televised on KSTC.TV, could be shown on the Television Network.
These games will also air on KSTC.TV, Channel 45, the over-the-air broadcast home of the Minnesota Wild. The Wild’s television play-by-play voice is Dan Terhaar, and analyst is Mike Greenlay.