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  • Duluth 15UAs March On The Duluth Icebreaker 15UAs went a perfect 3-0 at the Olympic Regional to secure a spot in the Minnesota Hockey State Tournament in Stillwater on March 17-19
  • Next Stop is the State Tourney for the Duluth East B1s It's now on to the Minnesota Hockey State Tournament (in Bemidji on March 17-19) for Duluth East after the Greyhounds captured second place in the Bantam B North Regional
  • Good Luck To Our 13 Teams Duluth Hockey will be represented at every level - Bantam (AA, A, B1), Pee Wee (AA, A, B1), 15UA, 15UB, 12UA and 12UB at Minnesota Hockey Region Tournaments this weekend. Plus, the Duluth Lakers (Bantam B2) and the Duluth East Red and DE Black (Pee Wee B2) will compete in the Northern Minnesota Championships starting Friday.
  • Make A Difference in a Young Skater's Life Click Here to Donate to the Hank Jensen Fund
  • LIFE IN AMERICA'S OUTDOOR HOCKEY CAPITAL Duluth Heights (for the umpteenth year in a row) was the first of DAHA's six outdoor rinks to open its doors for business this season (on Nov. 20, which ranks as one of the earliest openings ever)
  • A Real "Treasure" The longest tenure of any Board officer in DAHA history came to a close on May 1 as Ed Piasecki stepped down after 21 years of devoted and unwavering service as DAHA treasurer. Ed joined the DAHA Board in 1999 before taking over the treasurer role two years later. Words cannot express enough how much Ed has meant to Duluth Hockey. He is truly a "treasure".
  • Frozen in Time Fryberger Arena celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2021-22. So many games, so many memories and so much cold!! Click the image to see the KBJR-TV piece on the venerable facility


DAHA Alum Shay Donovan puts the "Class" in Senior Class


A "Wild" Night at the Heritage

The Minnesota Wild took over our home rink -- Sill Arena at the Essentia Duluth Heritage Center -- to create a one-of-a-kind experience for our Duluth East Pee Wee B1’s and North Shore. The Spotlight Game took place on January 25, 2022, with the Greyhounds battling back three times from two-goal deficits to win 5-4 in the shootout. The Wild brought many of their traditional NHL game elements, which included Adam Abrams (Minnesota Wild In-Arena Announcer), John deCausmeaker (Minnesota Wild National Anthem Singer), Nordy (Minnesota Wild Mascot/Flag Bearer) and  UMD men's head coach Scott Sandelin,  who did the Let’s Play Hockey call. Wes Walz was the honorary coach for Duluth East. 

Team locker rooms were Wild-themed, while the Duluth East Pee Wee B1’s took over the Greyhounds High School locker room. 

Each player received a custom jersey for this game along with a Wild and U.S. Bank branded water bottle, duffle bag, hat, and commemorative puck. Fans in attendance received a Spotlight Rally Towel.

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