JIMMY JABBER Wild to practice in Duluth
Its going to be wild in Duluth next week.
Actually, its going to be the Wild in Duluth next week.
The Minnesota Wild will practice at Amsoil Arena on Monday and Tuesday, an Amsoil Arena official s... Posted on 9/24/13 at 2:15 PM
EH? PLUS Stadium Journey stops in Duluth
Amsoil Arena is about 2 years old, but in case you still havent attended a Minnesota Duluth hockey game, theres a review at Stadium Journey to check out.
Reviewer Matt Ward refers to it as a near-p... Posted on 5/13/13 at 11:00 PM
RINK & RUN Scoreboard is up
The Minnesota Duluth website posted an updated photo Tuesday of the inside of Amsoil Arena showing the recently-installed scoreboard. That entry is below and here.
Also preseason conference polls are... Posted on 9/22/10 at 7:48 AM
COLLEGE HOCKEY: The Minnesota Duluth men remained No. 13 in the U.S. College Hockey Division I poll released Monday following a season-opening weekend split of games at home against Ohio State. The Bulldogs (1-1) play at No. 9 Notre Dame (2-0) on Thursday and Friday in South Bend, Ind.
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS HOCKEY: Judd Peterson of Duluth Marshall scored two goals in the first period and Duluth East’s Dom Toninato added a pair as the Duluth All-Stars scored seven goals in the final two periods to defeat the Iron Range 9-5 in the St. Luke’s Orthopedic & Sports Medicine All-Star Game Tuesday night at Amsoil Arena.
WCHA: Because Project Blond was a success last year, the Minnesota Duluth men’s hockey team — figuring the magic in that gambit had been used up — has opted for a change in playoff team bonding for 2012: Mohawk-style haircuts.
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS HOCKEY: Duluth East and Hermantown, ranked first in their respective classes and state tournament finalists a year ago, will be skating tonight — in separate games — at the year-old facility.
Boston College rallied with the final three goals, including a short-handed score with one second to play, to defeat Minnesota Duluth 3-2 Sunday afternoon in a nonconference college women’s hockey game before 919 fans at Amsoil Arena. That gave the No. 5-ranked Eagles (1-1) of Hockey East a split in the series.
Coming to Duluth was something Matt Cullen considered 15 years ago. As a native of Virginia and a Minnesota Duluth hockey fan idolizing players like Brett Hull and Matt Christensen, he listed UMD among his top college choices in 1995.
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