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NASL II
Minnesota Stars/
Minnesota Stars FC
2011-Present
USSF D2
NSC Minnesota
2010
USISL/USL:
1990-2009
Thunder
Early 1990-1994
1994-2009
MISL: 1984-1988
Strikers
Minnesota Strikers page of the Dallas Sidekicks Historical Archive
NASL I: 1976-1984
Kicks
Developmental
1997-2001
Twin Cities Tornado
Team Ownership
 
History of Professional Soccer in Minnesota
 
United Soccer Leagues, Inc. (formerly USISL) (1986-Present)
 
Minnesota Thunder - 2004
A-League (Division 2)
During the season, Edmonton was taken over By the league and renamed Edmonton FC.
G W L D GF GA Pts
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Montreal Impact 28 17 6 5 36 15 56
Richmond Kickers 28 17 8 3 44 29 54
Syracuse Salty Dogs 28 15 8 5 40 29 50
Rochester Raging Rhinos 28 15 10 3 36 32 48
Atlanta Silverbacks 28 14 11 3 41 38 45
Virginia Beach Mariners 28 11 14 3 43 41 36
Toronto Lynx 28 10 16 2 38 50 32
Charleston Battery 28 7 15 6 30 39 27
Puerto Rico Islanders 28 5 17 6 22 48 21
 
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Portland Timbers 28 18 7 3 58 30 57
Vancouver Whitecaps 28 14 9 5 38 29 47
Minnesota Thunder 28 13 9 6 33 23 45
Seattle Sounders 28 13 11 4 40 34 43
Milwaukee Wave United 28 12 12 4 44 48 40
Calgary Mustangs 28 4 18 6 30 51 18
Edmonton FC 28 4 18 6 19 56 18

Conference Semi-Finals: Montreal defeated Rochester 1-0, 1-0
Syracuse defeated Richmond 1-0, 1-2 (5-4 PK's)
Vancouver defeated Minnesota 2-0, 1-0
Seattle defeated Portland 1-2, 1-0 (3-2 OT)
Conference Finals: Montreal defeated Syracuse 2-0, 1-1
Seattle defeated Vancouver 1-0, 1-1
CHAMPIONSHIP: Montreal defeated Seattle 2-0
After the season, Calgary, Edmonton & Syracuse folded. Milwaukee is on hiatas for the 2005 season
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US Soccer History Archives maintained by Dave Litterer, the most complete online source of information on the NASL, MISL and the USISL.