The Blackjacks had an impressive record over the past five years. Not bad for team consisting of male players in their 40s through late 50s. We want to play.
This is a great family activity that all are sure to love! Open skate is open to the public for all ages. Sticks and pucks are not allowed.
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The general Minnesota population is among the highest in terms of participation in outdoor activities. With over 10, lakes and long, harsh winters year after year, playing hockey is part of the cultural heritage. A good majority of Minnesotans born and raised here strap on hockey gear and hit the ice.
Adult Open Hockey is offered year round for adults 18 and older. As with all of the public sessions, please call ahead because some sessions may be canceled or times moved to accommodate hockey camps or special events. Each session is limited to the first 30 participants and three goalies.
Weekend Warriors is coming back to the State of Hockey! We will be bringing our camp to the Richfield Ice Arena. Richfield is not only centrally located in the Twin Cities area, but for those coming from out of town, it is also located right by the MSP International Airport.
To lead the team on and off the ice the Minnesota Warriors turned to one of their own in Cheryl Kelly. After her time in the military Cheryl took her medical aid and care skills over to the Veterans Affairs as a Licensed Practical Nurse. Cheryl had an interesting upbringing to the game of hockey and is one of the few players on the Minnesota Warriors who actually started playing in another state.
But when her first Minnesota winter produced too little snow for cross country skiing, she took up hockey instead. She was Four years later, the St.
With its cold weather and large Scandinavian population, who are inherently interested in winter sports, it was only natural that the city would become interested in ice hockey. The abundance of these combined with an average January temperature at 11 above, the coldest of any large city in the nation, affords the local citizens an opportunity to skate and play hockey. In the winter the unorganized game of shinny was often played by the youths and adults on the numerous lakes and ponds dotting the city.