Here's great news for Minnesota Wild fans.  The Minnesota DNR has announced in a press release that Minnesota hunting or fishing license holders can order discounted tickets to select Minnesota Wild hockey games.

The promotion includes home games on Tuesday, Dec. 9, against the New York Islanders; Tuesday, Jan. 6, against the San Jose Sharks; Monday, Jan. 19, against the Columbus Blue Jackets; Monday, Feb. 9, against the Vancouver Canucks; Thursday, Feb. 12, against the Florida Panthers; Tuesday, Feb. 24, against the Edmonton Oilers; and Tuesday, March 3, against the Ottawa Senators.

“Hockey, hunting and fishing are all big parts of Minnesota culture and traditions,” said Jenifer Wical, with the outreach section of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. “This is a great deal for those who love hockey and the great outdoors.”

There are three ticketing options: lower level corner seats are $55; upper level sides are $46; and upper level ends are $26.

For the Minnesota Wild, a team with its very identity based in wilderness enjoyed by hunters, anglers and many others, the partnership with the DNR makes sense, said Lindsay Weier, group sales account executive with the Wild.

“We’re thrilled to team with the DNR as a way to say thank you to hunting and fishing license buyers and enjoying the state of hockey together,” Weier said.

A limited number of tickets are available for each game and will be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. The offer is available online only and is available to hunting or fishing license holders for 2014 or 2015.

Use the link below to check for ticket availability for the games mentioned above and enjoy the game!