The 2005 season was a struggle for Blizzard; they dropped their opening three games of the season by significant margins, and left it late to pick up their firs win 3−1 at home to Sioux Falls Spitfire at the end of May. However, this victory did not signal a turnaround in fortunes: they lost five of their next six games, beating expansion side Springfield Storm 3−1, but suffering heavy defeats to El Paso Patriots (3−0), Boulder Rapids Reserve (5−1) and BYU Cougars (6−2). Blizzard's fourth and final win of the season came at home in mid-July with a 3-1 victory over Kansas City Brass, but slumped to four consecutive losses in their final four games, including a 6−1 demolition by Boulder Rapids Reserve, and a humiliating 5-0 defeat by Des Moines Menace on the last day of the season. They finished the year 6th in the Heartland Division, 26 points off the leaders and just three points off the basement. Top scorer Ryan Regrutto did manage to hit 5 goals, while Craig Miller contributed 3 assists.
John Wells was brought in as head coach for the 2006 season. The team won just three games all season—3−0 over Sioux Falls Spitfire in mid-June, 4−3 over expansion franchise Ogden Outlaws in early July, and 2−0 over fellow Utah team BYU Cougars. This was as good as it got for Blizzard: most of the rest of the season was spent enduring a series of heavy defeats, including a 4−1 thrashing at home by Des Moines Menace, a 6−1 demolition at the hands of Colorado Rapids U23's, a 3−1 loss on the road in Sioux Falls, and a 1−0 loss to Kansas City Brass on the final day of the season in what turned out to be the franchise's last ever game. Blizzard finished 2006 6th in the Heartland Division for the second consecutive year, three points ahead of Thunder Bay Chill, but 30 behind divisional champions Colorado. Joel Trainer was Blizzard's top scorer, with 7 goals, while Ryan Regrutto and Craig Miller both contributed 3 assists. Following the conclusion of the 2006 season the club folded, and left the PDL. The Blizzards season was capped off by a 2 win road trip in Utah which is a tuff Road Trip and getting 2 wins on the Road the same weekend in the PDL is rare. The Road trip was on the heels of a Wednesday night match with the Colorado Rapids at Sand Creek Stadium. Coach Fernando Clavijo and John Murphy arrived with the Rapids to play in front of a crowd of about 2,000 to watch the Blizzard come away with a 3−2 win which would prove to be the highlight of the Blizzards 2006 season.