Cloquet-Esko-Carlton to Play on Hockey Day Minnesota 2014

Updated: 09/05/2013 10:04 AM
Created: 09/05/2013 1:36 AM
By: Eyewitness Sports

Cloquet, Minn. - Hockey Day Mnnesota for 2013 was in the Northland at Pokegama Lake in Grand Rapids and while the 2014 version of Hockey Day Minnesota won't be in the Northland, it will feature a team from the Northland.

The boys from Cloquet-Esko-Carlton have been selected to compete on the outdoor ice at the Handke Pit in Elk River. The Lumberjacks will face Rochester Lourdes at 10:15 in the morning on January 18th.

The day will also include games involving the both the boys and girls from Elk River. The Gophers and Wild will also play games in their home arenas that day. The Gophers will host Ohio State while the Wild will host the Dallas Stars.

For more on Hockey Day Minnesota 2014, click here to visit the website of the Minnesota Wild.

Related:  Hockey Day Minnesota 2013

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