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Second Annual Hockey Day ND Returns to UJ

The second annual Hockey Day North Dakota is coming back to University of Jamestown January 17-19, 2020 for a weekend of outdoor hockey played by all levels from around the state.

This event will pack the campus with hockey players, families, and fans alike in celebration of sport and community. University of Jamestown will kick off the 2020 event by taking on rival Minot State University on Friday, Jan. 17 at 7 p.m. The D2 Hockey team will then take on University of North Dakota’s Club team on Saturday at 6:30 p.m.

“We are delighted that Hockey Day North Dakota is returning to our campus for this exceptional weekend,” said Dr. Polly Peterson, President of UJ. “Last year’s inaugural event was beautifully and professionally executed, and the committee has worked tirelessly to provide opportunities for sports fans statewide to enjoy a one-of-a-kind hockey experience.”

Dr. Peterson continued, “We invite fans from all over the state to come and enjoy all that Jamestown and Hockey Day North Dakota, which is staged on our quaint and picturesque Allen Field, in the middle of our beautiful campus, have to offer!” The complete schedule of games includes:

Friday, Jan. 17
7 p.m.: University of Jamestown vs Minot State University

Saturday, Jan. 18
9 a.m.: Jamestown/VC Peewee A vs. Mandan Peewee A
11 a.m.: Jamestown Blue Jay Girls vs. Devils Lake Firebird Girls
1:15 p.m.: Jamestown Blue Jay Boys vs. Fargo Sheyenne Boys
3:30 p.m.: Bismarck High Boys vs. Fargo South/Shanley Boys
6:30 p.m.: University of Jamestown D2 vs University of North Dakota Club

Sunday, Jan. 19
9 a.m.: Fargo Angels Squirt White vs. Dickinson Squirt Orange
10:45 a.m.: Fargo Angels Bantam B vs. Rugby Bantam
12:30 p.m.: Fargo Angels Bantam A Red vs. Dickinson Bantam
2:15 p.m.: Fargo Freeze Maroon Peewee B vs. Wahpeton Peewee B
4 p.m.: Valley City Squirts vs. West Fargo Squirt Orange

More information on the event can be found at

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Posted:January 7, 2020

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