Minnesota Hockey Journal

March 2018

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19 M A R C H 2 0 1 8 | M H J ON L I N E . C O M Can you feel the madness? Nope, sorry hoop fans, we're not referring to the basketball court. We're talking the March Madness that ascends on the State of Hockey every third month of the year. Come March, Minnesota is your complete hockey hub with youth state tournaments, high school state tournaments, college tournaments and of course some NHL games sprinkled in between. Overwhelmed with all the options? We've got you covered with this Minnesota March Madness exclusive guide. The boys' Minnesota State High School tournament is the largest state sports tournament in terms of viewing and attendance, topping Texas football and Indiana basketball tournaments. DID YOU KNOW? Photos / Maddie MacFarlane, Jim Rosvold st. paul STATE TOURNAMENT LOCATIONS MARCH 16-18 eden prairie South st. paul Blaine MEN'S AND WOMEN'S FROZEN FOUR Blaine: Fogerty Arena (Junior Gold A, Junior Gold B, Junior Gold 16) Minneapolis: Parade Ice Garden (Bantam AA, Bantam A) St. Cloud: Municipal Athletic Complex (Bantam B, Peewee B) Duluth: Essentia Health Heritage Center (Peewee AA, Peewee A) Stillwater: St. Croix Rec Center (19U) Thief River Falls: Huck Olson Memorial Civic Center (15U A) Woodbury: HealthEast Sports Center (15U B) Eden Prairie: Eden Prairie Community Center (12U A) South St. Paul: Doug Woog Arena (12U B) MinneapolIS woodbury RIDD ER AREN A RID D ER AREN A Minneapolis: Ridder Arena (Women's Frozen Four) March 16-18 St. Paul: Xcel Energy Center (Men's Frozen Four) April 5 & 7

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