I am a sports fanatic, and there’s nothing wrong with that. “Fanatic” is where the word “fan” comes from. I always have been one and I always will be. Anybody who knows me knows that sports is a huge part of my life. They know I’d rather be in the stands at a Bulldog hockey game or watching a Twins game on TV than doing almost anything else.
With thousands of local fans and many more watching from around the country, Kyle Schmidt became an instant sensation when he scored the winning goal for the University of Minnesota Duluth’s first NCAA men’s hockey championship at St. Paul’s Xcel Center on April 9.
Back home in the Northland last week, Schmidt appeared humble, grounded in family values and his Hermantown roots. For his success he gives credit to the tightknit community of hockey moms and dads.
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