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    (2000- )
    Cheer for the Minnesota Wild
    Attended home games at the Xcel Energy Center (2000- )
    Capacity: 18,064
    They voted on naming their expansion team 'Wild.'
    Their team has been considered a work in progress since inception.
    They cheer for a team that has a predominantly green uniform.
    They have hard feelings towards the Dallas Stars.
    They refer to their arena as 'The X.'
    They watched their team get held to one goal during the 2003 Western Final against Anaheim.
    They waited seven years for the NHL to return to the St. Paul-Minneapolis area after their first team, the North Stars became the Dallas Stars (2000).
    They have sold out every home game since the franchise's inaugural season.
    The team has retired the number 1 in honor of them.
    They watched their team come back from two 3-1 series deficits to upset divisional foes Colorado and Vancouver in their first post-season appearance (2003).
    They were happy to receive a second chance at supporting an NHL franchise.

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