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Iowa Wild Tickets
League: American Hockey League (AHL)
Home Arena: Wells Fargo Arena - Des Moines, Iowa
NHL Affiliation: Minnesota Wild
Head Coach: Tim Army
Iowa Wild TicketsAnother exciting season of Iowa Wild hockey is coming to the Wells Fargo Arena in downtown Des Moines. The Iowa Wild has been the American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate to the National Hockey League’s (NHL) Minnesota Wild since the 2013-14 season. While the Iowa Wild is a relatively new franchise, Iowa has an extensive history of hosting professional hockey teams dating back to the '50s. Before the Wild, the most recent professional team to play in Des Moines was the Iowa Stars. The Iowa Stars served as the AHL affiliate for the Dallas Stars for three years. Their partnership ended in 2008, and the team tried to rebrand as the Iowa Chops the following season. However, their affiliation with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks as the Chops was short-lived, lasting only 10 months. After a three year absence, professional hockey returned in 2013 with the inaugural season of the Iowa Wild, and it is still going strong today. Get your tickets for the next Iowa Wild game at StubHub.
Who is the new Iowa Wild head coach?Head coach Tim Army had his first season with the Iowa Wild in 2018. Tim Army was first drafted as a player for the Colorado Rockies in 1981 and then for the Maine Mariners. After a few seasons playing in Europe, he was taken on as the head coach for the NCAA Division I hockey team at Providence College. Army was an assistant coach for the Washington Capitals during their 1997-98 season, the Wilkes Barre Scranton Penguins, the Anaheim Mighty Ducks and the Colorado Avalanche. He was also an assistant coach for Team USA at the 2004 World Cup of Hockey as well as the 2012 World Cup of Hockey. In the 2018-19 season, his first season with the Wild, Tim Army helped the team break 53 records and tie 33 others. For the first time in franchise history, the Iowa Wild also made it to the Calder Cup Playoffs, with its first playoff win in 2019, under the direction of coach Tim Army.
What is the history of the Iowa Wild?The Iowa Wild originally began as an expansion in the International Hockey League (IHL) under the name Houston Aeros in Houston, Texas, in 1994. After the IHL disbanded in 2001, the Houston Aeros were absorbed into the AHL but remained the NHL affiliate of the Minnesota Wild. In the 2013-14 season, the Aeros' contract with their arena in Houston was terminated, and the Minnesota Wild became the Iowa Wild. The Iowa Wild's success in their inaugural season led to a renewal of Minnesota's contract with Iowa. This contract renewal guarantees that the AHL will stay in central Iowa at least through the 2023 season.
Who is the Iowa Wild’s mascot?The mascot for the Iowa Wild is Crash, an undefined "wild" animal born around the lakes of Minnesota, an homage to the Wild’s NHL affiliate team, the Minnesota Wild. Crash sports the number "14" on his jersey to honor the 2014 season when he joined the Iowa Wild and become their mascot. Check out Crash at the next Iowa Wild game.
Where does the Iowa Wild play?Iowa Wild games take place at the Wells Fargo Arena in downtown Des Moines, Iowa. Since its opening in July of 2005, it has been a state-of-the-art events center, serving as the home to three professional sports teams and ranked as a top 100 concert venue. On Iowa Wild game nights, Wells Fargo Arena can seat over 15,000 fans.
What is the parking like for Iowa Wild Games at Wells Fargo Arena?Fans arriving for Iowa Wild games will have no problem finding parking when arriving at the game. Parking at Wells Fargo Arena is within the Iowa Events Center parking lot on a surface lot.
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