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Denfeld Hunters Hockey Players Skates with Kids

Updated: 01/03/2014 10:41 PM
Created: 01/03/2014 9:20 PM WDIO.com

What better way to enjoy a slightly warmer night, than getting out on the ice.

The Denfeld Hunters hockey team spent an hour Friday evening skating with kids at the rink in Duluth's Morgan Park neighborhood.

But the kids went away with more than memories. The players signed jerseys for them at a barbeque.

Make sure to watch Laura Kennedy and the Denfeld Hunters Tuesday night on Eyewitness News at Ten in the Beyond the Blueline.

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