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Duluth Heritage Sports Center in Statewide Competition

Updated: 06/25/2014 6:29 PM
Created: 06/25/2014 6:18 PM WDIO.com

Soon after winning Outside Magazine's Best Outdoor Town Contest, Duluth is in another competition.

The oldest hockey newspaper in the state, "Let's Play Hockey," is holding a tournament to decide which ice arena best represents what hockey in Minnesota is all about.

The Duluth Heritage Sports Center is in the running. They're going head to head with Hibbing's Memorial Arena in the first round.

Voting begins Wednesday, June 25. Voters can cast their ballots as often as they would like in the Hockey Hotdish Tournament.

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