November 1993 Minnesota migrated to a new habitat in Hockey, going from the Cold climate of Professional ICE Hockey to the Warm Climate of Professional Roller Hockey, and joined the RHI (ROLLER HOCKEY INTERNATIONAL) League, and was part of the Central Division in the Eastern Conference. The MINNESOTA ARCTIC BLAST made their Roller Hockey International (RHI) debut on June 6th 1994 (Vs) Atlanta Fire Ants (Atlanta Fire Ants were also part of the RHI Expansion in 1994) at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. But after the 1994 season the franchise took a year of hibernation while planning to move into a new league. That never happened so the team rejoined the RHI in 1996. Because the league folded it forced the Arctic Blast to return to hibernation.
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