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Duluth Clydesdales Give Back July 13, 2012 7:40 AM

The Game has given a lot to many, and many continue to give back to the game. The Duluth Clydesdales are another example of what is good in junior hockey. Not everyone can afford to play this game with the rising costs of ice time and equipement.

The inaugural Duluth Heritage Summer Hockey Classic Gameis set for 6 p.m. tonight at the Duluth Heritage Sports Center. All proceeds will be used to assist those young athletes from from the community that are challenged in their ability to afford to play.

The benefit game is expected to include Cade Fairchild of the St. Louis Blues,brothers Chris Connolly playing with Tappara in Finland, and Jack Connolly playing with Farjestad Sweeden in 2012-13, along with former NHL goalie Robb Stauber and Minnesota Duluth players Max Tardy and Keegan Flaherty.

Also expected to attend are former UMD players Derek Plante and Bill Watson who went on to play in the NHL, Keith Huffer Christiansen, Mike Sertich, , and Mark Heaslip, and Bulldog coach Scott Sandelin.

Tickets, $10 for adults and $6 for those 17 and younger, are available at the Duluth Heritage Sports Center, Stewart’s Bikes and Sports, Stauber Brothers, Play it Again Sports and Central Sports in the Holiday Skywalk.

Joseph Kolodziej

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