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Men’s hockey | 12/30/2021 14:20:00

MINNEAPOLIS – The Doug Woog Arena will be at full capacity Sunday afternoon as the South St. Paul venue is officially sold out for the Minnesota exhibition game against St. Thomas on Sunday, Jan. 2 at 2:00 p.m. CT.

Additionally, both programs announced that proceeds from the exhibition game will benefit the Hendrickson Foundation, whose mission is to enrich the lives of people with disabilities and their families through hockey.

The exhibition competition will be the first meeting between the two Twin Cities programs. Of Minnesota’s six Division I men’s teams, the University of Minnesota is the state’s original lineup with the 2021-22 season marking the Gophers’ 101st campaign while the University of St. Thomas is in the on the other end of the spectrum with the Tommies competing in their inaugural Division I season this year as the newest program in Division I men’s hockey.

The gates will open for the competition one hour before match time on Sunday and all seats are general admission. Here you will find information about parking and the shuttle. Although Doug Woog Arena does not impose any mask requirements, masks or face covers are recommended regardless of immunization status.

Tickets are still available for the remainder of the 2021-22 Gopher Hockey schedule, including Monday’s exhibition game against the United States Under-18 team at 3M Arena in Mariucci. Click here for ticket information.


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