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Minneapolis is the largest city of the state of Minnesota, United States with a population of 672,833. Minneapolis adjoins St. Paul, the state capital; the two of them together are known as the Twin Cities.

Hockey in Minneapolis[edit | edit source]

Minneapolis has hosted the 1958 and 1966 Men's Frozen Four and the 2001, 2006, 2010 and 2013 Women's Frozen Four.

Teams[edit | edit source]

  1. (Minnesota Hockey League, 1954-1955) see CHL
  2. (Central Hockey League, 1956-1961)
  1. (Minnesota Hockey League, 1954-1955) see CHL
  2. (Central Hockey League, 1956-1961)
  1. USAHA, 1923-1925) join CHL
  2. Central Hockey League, 1925-1926) join AHA
  3. (AHA, 1925-1931) folded February 12, 1931
  4. Central Hockey League, 1931-1935) join AHA
  5. (AHA, 1936-1942) disband with league, return in USHL
  6. (USHL, 1945-1950) folded
  7. (American Amateur Hockey League, 1951-1952) join CHL
  8. (Central Hockey League, 1952-1953)
  9. (Central Hockey League, 1958-1961) join USHL as Rebels

Collegiate[edit | edit source]

Augsburg College Auggies (NCAA, 1973-2005)

University of Minnesota Golden Gophers (NCAA, division I)

Arenas[edit | edit source]

  • Mariucci Arena
  • Minneapolis Arena
  • Ridder Arena
  • Target Center
  • Williams Arena
  • Minneapolis Auditorium
  • Lynnhurst Park Rink
  • Lake of the Isles Rink
  • Linden Hills Park Rink
  • Logan Park Rink
  • Luxton Park Rink
  • Longfellow Park RInk
  • McRae Park Rink
  • Van Cleve Park Rink
  • Sibley Park RInk
  • Shingle Creek Park Rink
  • Powderhorn Park Rink
  • Windom Park Rink
  • Pearl Park Rink
  • North Commons Park Rink
  • Matthews Park Rink
  • Waite Park Rink
  • Kenny Park Rink
  • Hiawatha School Park Rink
  • Parade Ice Garden
  • The Depot
  • Northeast Ice Arena (formerly Edison Civic Arena)
  • Augsburg College Ice Arena
  • Minnehaha Academy Ice Arena
  • Victory Memoria Ice Arena
  • Hiawatha Lake Park Rink
  • Armatage Park Rink
  • Bohanon Park Rink
  • Brackett Park Rink
  • Harrison Park Rink
  • Bryant Square Park Rink

Players and staff[edit | edit source]

External Links[edit | edit source]

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