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SEE IT: Little girl sends Predators emotional thank you video following team’s Stanley Cup Final loss 

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The Predators broken hearts may have been healed by this little fan.

Wrigley is upset Nashville’s season came to an end without a Stanley Cup, but she’s finding a way to look on the bright side. The adorable fan has gone viral after her video praising the team’s effort surfaced on Twitter.

SEE IT: Little girl sends Predators emotional thank you video following team’s Stanley Cup Final loss 

“Hi Preds, I know you’re sad, and I’m sad too. But you shouldn’t be sad because you did great. We can’t wait until next year. It’s gonna be so much fun. You did a great job tonight, guys,” Wrigley said in the video. “I can’t wait until next season. Pekka Rinne, Mike Fisher, P.K. Subban, all of you guys, I’m so proud of you. I love you guys. Go Preds!”

Wrigley’s mother, Reagan, told SB Nation that Wrigley adores hockey and the Predators.

“We watch all of the away games and we go to almost all the home games. My husband plays in the band that plays during intermissions of the games, so we were lucky enough to go to all the playoff games. She has been coming to games since she was in the womb,” Reagan said.

SEE IT: Little girl sends Predators emotional thank you video following team’s Stanley Cup Final loss 

She’s happy the video of her daughter has gone viral and that it’s helped put a smile on people’s faces.

Other than the Predators, Wrigley also roots for the Chicago Cubs, which could explain her name.

The Predators season came to an end Sunday after Nashville lost Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals to the Penguins. It was the first time in franchise history the Predators had reached the final.

While Predators fans cope with the loss, Penguins fans are enjoying their second-straight championship.

One young Penguins fan was lucky enough to get his shirt signed by Sidney Crosby following the win. He cried to reporters, telling them “it’s the best day of my life.”

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