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Hockey Day in Minnesota.......

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On Saturday, FSN North will broadcast 16 hours of hockey for its " Hockey Day in Minnesota " effort with the Minnesota Wild.

It features a couple of outdoor high school games played on Baudette Bay in Lake of the Woods.

The TV schedule goes like this:

10 a.m., Eveleth High School vs. Lake of the Woods High School on Baudette Bay

1 p.m., St. Thomas Academy vs. Hill-Murray at Xcel Energy Center

5 p.m., Minnesota Wild vs. New York Islanders at Xcel Energy Center

8 p.m., University of Minnesota vs. Denver at Magness Arena

11 p.m., Roseau High School vs. Blaine High School on Baudette Bay (tape delay)

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Looks like a good day, it sure will be a bit frigid for the outdoor games on Sat grin.gif

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oooohhhhh weeeee!!!

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FSN should be at the Falls-Grand Rapids game tonight; conference title on the line.

Next week Falls plays Roseau and both could be top-rated in their classes.

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Hockey day in MN is awesome. Hockey all day long from High school to college to pro, they cover it all.

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last years game on Baudette bay was cool. Way better watching than the pros outside. Even the audience looked to be having a great time playing in the snow and so on.

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I'm guessing it ain't to fun out there right now....-40 temps...DOAH!

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The last two high school games were very good, lets hope the Wild can pick it up and get a W now.

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-2 with -30 wind chill. When I was a kid that was a warm day.

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 Originally Posted By: wallmounter
lets hope the Wild can pick it up and get a W now.

Yipppe!!! Nice win tonight! \:D

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Yes, nice win for the Wild!

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Gotta love outdoor high school hockey and ice fishing in the penalty box!

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Gotta love outdoor high school hockey and ice fishing in the penalty box!

I dont know if he was really fishing lol

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