About Hockey Day Minnesota
Hockey Day Minnesota originated in 2007 by the Minnesota Wild to celebrate the game that has made Minnesota the State of Hockey. It is produced in partnership with Bally Sports North, Minnesota Hockey and the respective local community that serves as host each year.
Previous locations include Baudette Bay (2007, 2008), Phalen Park (2009), Hermantown (2010), Moorhead (2011), Minnetonka (2012), Grand Rapids (2013), Elk River (2014), Saint Paul (2015), Duluth (2016), Stillwater (2017), St. Cloud (2018), Bemidji (2019), Minneapolis (2020) and Roseville (2021).
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About Greater Mankato
Greater Mankato is a hub for arts, entertainment, sports, shopping and nightlife. And it’s all so close. Just a short 75 minutes from Minneapolis and nestled in the river valley, you will also find open country roads, downhill slopes, great walking and cycling trails, and more! We are home to Division I Hockey and the MSU Mavericks. MSU Men's Hockey is the 2021 Champion of the WCHA and a Final Four participant. Youth hockey continues to grow through our Mankato Area Hockey Association. We look forward to having you join us for Hockey Day Minnesota 2022!
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