Minnesota Blue Ox
|Minnesota Blue Ox|
|League||Roller Hockey International|
Red, Black, White
|Minnesota Blue Ox (1995, 1999)|
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.
|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|
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