The Minnesota Moose were an American professional ice hockey team based out of Saint Paul, Minnesota that played in the International Hockey League from 1994 to 1996.
Following the departure of the National Hockey League's Minnesota North Stars in 1993, the state of Minnesota was left without a professional hockey team. To fill that void, the Minnesota Moose were founded the following year. The team began play in the IHL for the 1994-1995 season, using the Saint Paul Civic Center at its home arena. The Moose also played some games at the Target Center in Minneapolis.
After two years in the Twin Cities, the team was sold to a group of Canadian businessmen including Mark Chipman, who relocated the team to Winnipeg, Manitoba and renamed them the Manitoba Moose. The franchise exists today in the American Hockey League after the IHL folded in 2001. Four years later, the state of Minnesota would receive a new franchise called the Minnesota Wild, who have been playing ever since.
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- Goals: 38 Dave Christian (1994–95)
- Assists: 81 Stephane Morin (1994–95)
- Points: 114 Stephane Morin (1994–95)
- Penalty minutes: 181 Brad Miller (1994–95)
- GAA: 3.31 Parris Duffus (1995–96)
- SV%: .895 Parris Duffus (1995–96)
- Career goals: 60 Stephane Morin
- Career assists: 132 Stephane Morin
- Career points: 192 Stephane Morin
- Career penalty minutes: 351 Brad Miller
- Career goaltending wins: 25 Tom Draper
- Career shutouts: 1 Tom Draper , Parris Duffus
- Career games: 161 Stephane Morin