The state hockey tournament means a little father-son bonding time between Conor and Ryan Lund. As a parent and a coach, he’s already seen how heated things can heated on and off the ice.
Minnesota hockey coaches and officials say temporary rules adopted to make the youth game safer do more good than harm and should be made permanent.
With the boys state hockey tournament less than a week away, young athletes are looking for any opportunity to hone their skills on the ice.
NHL enforcers have been bringing crowds to their feet for decades. But as the new documentary “The Last Gladiators” shows, there’s more strategy behind these fights than meets the eye.
While it may seem like it, not everyone in Minnesota is born with skates on their feet. On Saturday, 40 hockey clubs across the state, held an open skate for the smallest of skaters.
Local free-lance journalist and hockey parent Karen Schneider of Minneapolis talked with Dave Lee on the WCCO Morning News Thursday
A St. Paul father has been charged after allegedly choking his son’s youth hockey coach.
There’s a growing resurgence in Minneapolis youth hockey.
U.S.A. Hockey has decided there will be no more checking in boys hockey games untill the Bantam level, which is for players 13 years and older.
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