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Worst Seats in the House w/ Michael Russo & Anthony LaPanta - Minnesota Wild Podcast

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Michael Russo and Anthony LaPanta talk Minnesota Wild and the rest of the NHL


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Latest Episodes

In the latest Worst Seats, Russo and Panther talk revised Wild schedule, Twitter, MacKinnon, Oilers tension, trading for a center, Greenway and Hartman. more

2 days ago

Nate Prosser, one of the most liked teammates in #mnwild history, and his father, Chris, join Russo and Lapanta to talk about his improbable and gratifying NHL career, plus Wild chatter. more

9 days ago

Russo and LaPanta dissect a busy day of Wild news with the NHL debuts of Rossi and Boldy, Rask put on waivers, Bjugstad hurt, and rehash the Winter Classic. more

18 days ago


4.5 out of 5 stars from 183 ratings
  • The best wild podcast got better

    I’ve been listening for YEARS now. Russo quite simply is the best at what he does and wild fans are lucky to have him. In a way I miss souhan but the shift to Lepanta was definitely the right and fantastic move. Mike now has a legitimate hockey and wild mind to go back and forth with. Lepanta is around the team just as much and has a different perspective from mike and that’s a great thing. The reality is that dozens of other wild focused media outlets are really just fanlines of what Russo puts... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago
  • Entertainment

    Love the insight on the wild and also what Russo and LaPanta are up to outside of hockey.

    Apple Podcasts
    They Marvel
    United States4 months ago
  • My Wild go-to

    Love the hockey talk. Definitely don’t care about your golf game, though. Sorry.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States6 months ago
  • No hockey talk

    It takes them 12 minutes to start talking about the wild. Then after one minute of wild talk, they going to three minutes of commercials. I’m out.

    Apple Podcasts
    Scott MN
    United States6 months ago
  • LaPanta is Good Russo Is Not

    As huge Wild fan I can’t consume enough content about the team. I always question why I listen to Russo so much though. On the shows he’s too negative and often just talks about the same topics every week. He’s also just too into name dropping...we get it you’re around a lot of people in hockey. I want to hear insight into how they are playing not just how much you hate Victor Rask for the 50th time. Also I find that he only reads questions from a few select listeners. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States9 months ago

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