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The return of Purple to the X?

Let's Go Crazy
Let's Go Crazy
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The Purple one has returned to the headlines as our own Minnesota Wild front office has begun the process of exploring using Let's Go Crazy as the goal song PERMANENTLY.  You can even lend your voice to the Star Tribune poll included in the links.

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Minnesota Wild offer Prince classic as potential new goal song
The Minnesota Wild may change their longtime goal song to a piece made by an iconic local musician. For Game 6 of the first-round of last season’s Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Wild made the switch to honor Minneapolis born Prince, who had died days before the game.

Wild asks fans: Change goal song to Prince's 'Lets' Go Crazy?' -
The Wild traditionally has used Joe Satriani’s "Crowd Chant" as the song played after the home team scores a goal. Should that change?

Poll: Should the Wild change its goal song to "Let's Go Crazy?" -
#VoteYes #Prince #LetsGoCrazy

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