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Pond Hockey in the North

by Jennifer Kirby on February 24, 2008
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In the winter, Minnesota and Wisconsin hockey fans like to get outside and play hockey on real ice…what we call “pond hockey”. Usually the teams are limited to 4-on-4, that way injuries can be lessened. As you can see, pond hockey is the real thing, playing hockey…no boards to ram your opponent into, or else you could end up on someone elses rink.

Of course Zambonies cannot go out onto a lake, so clearing the snow away from the pond ice requires man power, and really big shovels. Oh, and you have to get up early, too, before the hockey players get there.

Probably the best part of playing hockey on a lake is you get to see some amazing sunrises and sunsets. Hopefully, you are not playing in below zero temps!

(Photos are courtesy of my brother-in-law who just played in a pond hockey tournament last week)

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