A NHL logo was showed outside of Mercedes-Benz Arena prior to a pre-season National Hockey League game between the Vancouver Canucks and the LA Kings at Mercedes-Benz Arena on September 21, 2017 in Shanghai, China. Yifan Ding/NHLI via Getty Images

Winter sports are coming back to Seattle. The NHL’s board of governors unanimously voted to award an expansion franchise to the Emerald City, set to begin play in 2021, per ESPN.

The team does not have a name yet, but sports business reporter Darren Rovell tweeted early betting odds for names based on domain registrations. “Seattle Totems” is the early minus-money favorite, with names like Emeralds, Kraken, Sea Lions and Whales further down the list.

This will be the NHL’s 32nd team, bringing the league back to an even number after the introduction of the Vegas Golden Knights in 2017. For marketing purposes, the NHL probably hopes the new team is able to replicate what the Golden Knights did in their rookie campaign.

Vegas shocked the world by making it to the Stanley Cup Final in its first year of existence, eventually losing to the Washington Capitals in five games.

Seattle has not had a professional sports team playing in the cold months since the NBA’s Super Sonics left for Oklahoma City in 2008.