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Attention State of Hockey residents!

Have your say on what city you think is the Capital of The State of Hockey for 2011-2012!


PLEASE NOTE: Voting will end on Friday, April 6 at 12 p.m.
 
 
White Bear Lake
STATISTICS
Eveleth

24,360
Population
3,585
Three
Ice Arenas

One
None
High School Championships
Boys' 1945, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, Tier II1993, A1998
 None
Collegiate Accolades
Site of former Eveleth Junior College, nationally ranked in 1928.
Brian Bonin, Matt Henderson, Jeff Parker,  Elwyn “Doc” Romnes, Pat Shea, David Tanabe, and Ryan Carter
NHL Players

Rudy Ahlin, Frank Brimsek, Milt Brink, Gary Gambucci, Mike Karakas, Peter LoPresti, Sam LoPresti, John Mariucci, Aldo Palazzari, Doug Palazzari, Joe Papike, Mark Pavelich, Paul Schaeffer, and Al Souomi.
Frank “Moose” Goheen, Elwyn “Doc” Romnes
US Hockey Hall of Famers

Oscar Almquist, Frank Brimsek, Milton Brink, Gary Gambucci, Serge Gambucci, Wally Grant, Willard Ikola, Mike Karakas, Sam LoPresti, John Mariucci, John Matchefts, John Mayasich, Doug Palazzari, and Connie Pleban
Frank “Moose” Goheen, Steve Janasazak
Olympians Andre Gambucci, Willard Ikola, John Mariucci (coach),  John Matchefts,  John Mayasich, Mark Pavelich, Connie Pleban (coach), and Tom Yurkovich
887 (09-10)
Registered Players

140 (09-10)
Youth Hockey Web Site

evelethyouthhockey.com

Goheen, Minnesota’s greatest player, is also a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto. He was the first Minnesotan and second American so honored. 2. Brian Bonin won the Hobey Baker Award, 1996.
Central Hockey League (CHL) Champion Eveleth Rangers 1932-33 (minor pro)
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