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Northland Icons Advance in Statewide Hockey Competition

Updated: 08/12/2014 11:14 PM
Created: 08/12/2014 5:37 PM WDIO.com

The Duluth Heritage Sports Center has made it to the finals in a statewide bracket competition - bringing it one step closer to crowning it the best ice arena in the state.

The arena is facing off with Roseau Memorial Arena in the Hockey Hotdish Tournament put on by a newspaper called Llet's Play Hockey. 

UMD's Champ the Bulldog is also in the final for best mascot. Champ is facing off against Bucky Beaver from Bemidji State.

Finally, Eveleth-native hockey star John Mayasich is competing to be crowned the best player to ever take the ice in Minnesota. 

The polls are open until next Monday. To vote, click here.

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