Minnesota Blue Ox

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Minnesota Blue Ox
League Roller Hockey International
Conference Eastern
Founded 1995
Operated 1995, 1999
Home arena

Aldrich Arena

Mariucci Arena

Red, Black, White
Blue, Yellow, Grey, Black, White

Murphy Cups None
Conference Championships None
Division Championships None
Franchise history
Minnesota Blue Ox (1995, 1999)

The Minnesota Blue Ox were a professional roller hockey team based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States that played in Roller Hockey International.


Formed in the wake of the Minnesota Arctic Blast, who played at Target Center in 1994, the Blue Ox joined RHI and were placed in the five-team Central Division (Buffalo Stampede, Chicago Cheetahs, Detroit Motor City Mustangs, St. Louis Vipers).

After a 13-11-0 regular season (second in the Central), Minnesota was the fourth-seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs. The Blue Ox were quickly eliminated in two games (best-of 3 series) by the fifth-seeded New Jersey Rockin' Rollers.


Season W L OTL Pts Result Playoffs
1995 13 11 0 26 2nd, Central Division Eliminated in 1st Round by New Jersey Rockin' Rollers
1999 11 15 0 22 3rd, Eastern Conference Eliminated in 1st Round by Buffalo Wings
TOTALS 24 26 0

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