How can I listen to the Minnesota Wild game?
The Minnesota Wild NHL preseason, regular season and Stanley Cup Playoff games are all broadcast on the official radio flagship home of the Minnesota Wild at KFAN-FM 100.3. Tune in to KFAN to also listen to a pre-game show and post-game show, as well as a Wild Fan Line program after select games.
Who is calling the wild game?
Wild broadcasts will feature play-by-play announcer Anthony LaPanta and color analysts Wes Walz, Ryan Carter and Lou Nanne, with Kevin Gorg reporting.
What station is KFAN in Duluth?
|Frequency||100.3 MHz (HD Radio)|
|Branding||100.3 FM KFAN: The Fan|
|Subchannels||HD2: KTLK simulcast (Conservative talk) HD3: K-Love (Contemporary Christian)|
Is the wild game on the radio?
WCCO® Radio enters its fifth season as the official flagship station of the Minnesota Wild….Minnesota Wild Radio Network.
|MINNESOTA WILD 10,000 RINKS RADIO AFFILIATES||Station||WELY 1450 AM/94.5 FM|
|Station||KKAQ 1460 AM|
|City||Thief River Falls|
Is Hunter call of the wild cross platform 2020?
Unfortunately, this game is not cross play or even Xbox play anywhere.
Can you fish in Hunter call of the wild?
theHunter: Call of the Wild™ Seems like the perfect game to add fishing. Carp and fly fishing, just do it.
How can I listen to the Vikings game in Wisconsin?
- WMEQ-AM 880. Eau Claire.
- WHSM-FA 101.0. Hayward.
- KQYB-FM 98.3. LaCrosse.
- WKFX-FM 99.1. Rice Lake.
What happened alt 1049?
The brand was on 107.7 from 1979 to 1997, 104.9 from 1997-2012, moved to 100.3 until 2014 and then was resurrected on the 103.7 translator in May 2017. The now former Alternative format debuted in October 2016 to bring former “105.7 The Point” KPNT’s morning host Woody’s syndicated show back to the market.
What is the Minnesota Wild Radio Network?
Minnesota Wild. The Minnesota Wild NHL preseason, regular season and Stanley Cup Playoff games are all broadcast on the official radio flagship home of the Minnesota Wild at KFAN-FM 100.3.
What radio stations are in Minnesota?
Minneapolis, MN. KSTP-FM (94.5 FM) is a radio station serving the Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota area. It is one of the flagship stations of Hubbard Broadcasting , which also owns several other TV and radio stations across the United States, along with other properties.
Who are the Minnesota Wild announcers?
The National Hockey League’s (NHL) Minnesota Wild announced today that the team has re-signed broadcasters (in alphabetical order): Mike Greenlay (television analyst), Bob Kurtz (radio play-by-play), Tom Reid (radio analyst) and Dan Terhaar (television play-by-play) to multi-year contracts.