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Duluth Heritage Sports Center Advances in Statewide Competition

Updated: 07/01/2014 4:00 PM
Created: 07/01/2014 3:44 PM WDIO.com

The Duluth Heritage Sports Center is advancing in a statewide competition.

The arena is in the running to be chosen as the ice arena that best represents the State of Hockey. The "Hockey Hotdish Tournament" is put on by a newspaper called "Let's Play Hockey."

The Heritage Sports Center made it through the first round, beating Hibbing's Memorial Arena 64 percent to 36 percent.

In the next round Duluth will compete with Mariucci Arena on the University of Minnesota campus. Voting can be done on the Let's Play Hockey website.

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