Minnesota’s unnamed Professional Women’s Hockey League team will practice at TRIA Rink in downtown St. Paul for a season scheduled to begin in early January.
“Minnesota is excited to call TRIA Rink our practice facility,” general manager Natalie Darwitz said in a statement. “TRIA Rink is one of the best ice rinks in the State of Hockey. … Their rink staff is professional and goes the extra mile to truly make us feel that this is a home for our organization.”
The team’s inaugural training camp begins this week. The new league, officially born in August, comprises six teams and will play a 24-game season.
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