Twins/Vikings/Wild/Wolves Championship appearance drought tracker

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There's also the little problem of having their star player unsigned...

True, my assumption is that's going to get worked out. In the Twin Cities such a thought can wind up as foolhardy.
 

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I'll be somewhat disappointed if the streak ends with the Wild winning it.
They should barely count in this drought tracker.
Niche sport.
 

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I'll be somewhat disappointed if the streak ends with the Wild winning it.
They should barely count in this drought tracker.
Niche sport.
Agreed. It wouldn't be as bad as saying it's over because of the Loons, but it would be closer to that than one of the other three breaking it.

And they (Wild) were not around at the start of the streak (91 Twins), so it somewhat skews things in that sense ... though 2000 was 21 years ago.
 

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I'll be somewhat disappointed if the streak ends with the Wild winning it.
They should barely count in this drought tracker.
Niche sport.

I don't disagree regarding the niche aspect, but given Minnesota's rich hockey tradition I would like to say at some point the Wild have been to the Stanley Cup Final more recently than the state of Florida (or North Carolina, or Texas, or Nevada, etc...). I really hope they get there before Washington (the state not the District).
 




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