MN Wild players stop by Two Harbors
Two Harborites don't need ice to play hockey.
On Tuesday afternoon, a pack of youngsters took over a portion of Waterfront Drive in Two Harbors, using hockey sticks and a plastic ball to play a pickup game, sans ice and skates. It wasn't impromptu, though--the hockey fans were there to meet two Minnesota Wild players and an NHL broadcaster.
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