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Blonde Minnesota Wild Fan Goes Absolutely Crazy on Colorado Avalanche

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Dan CarsonTrending Lead WriterApril 29, 2014

Warning: Video contains NSFW language and a woman going absolutely guano-crazy.

Do you get her an engagement ring or a restraining order?

This is the question hockey fans attempted to parse out Monday night after watching a blond Minnesota Wild fan go bat-stick crazy on the Colorado Avalanche.

@CJZero captured a Vine of the young lady’s wild reaction to a near-fight by the boards (h/t Pete Blackburn of NextImpulseSports.com). Put simply, she had a short and NSFW message for Minnesota center Charlie Coyle: “Whup his ass, Charlie.”

Indeed, sometimes you got to get in there, leave some Snickers wrappers on the floor and leave the door wide open.

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Naturally, hockey fans across the nation fell in love with the young woman, and a #LadyInPink hashtag began to trend.

As it turns out, the fan in question appears to be a woman named Alyssa Nelson. Judging by her Twitter profile, she is a Hooters waitress and the biggest Minnesota Wild fan imaginable.

Considering the Wild beat the Avalanche 5-2 on Monday night, it’s no surprise that fans are already calling for Nelson to be flown out for Game 7 of the series in Colorado. She appears more than willing to accept her status as the team’s good-luck charm.

Get your pink shirts and Bud Light Limes ready, Minnesota. It’s time to go to Denver and whup some one more time.

  

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