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    D2 Playoff Dates and Locations

    District 2 Playoff Level Dates Location
    Bantam AA, A, B1, B2 February 14 - 27 Stillwater Recreation Center
    Peewee AA, A, B1, B2 February 14 - 27 Stillwater Recreation Center
    15U & 12U A, B1, B2 February 14 - 27 Stillwater Recreation Center
    Peewee C TBD White Bear
    Bantam C February 22 - 27 Mahtomedi
    Squirts A February 17 - 20 Roseville Arena
    Squirts B1 February 24 - 27 Roseville Arena
    Squirts B2 February 14 - 20 Chisago
    Squirts C February 14-20 Tartan/Polar/Phalen
    10U A, B1, B2 TBD Forest Lake
    Regional Playoffs Date Location
    MN Regional Tournament - Qualifying Teams March 4 - 6 Multiple
    - Eligible Teams:  12U/Peewee B1, A, AA; 15U/Bantam B1, A, AA; 19U
    State Playoffs Date Location
    MN State Tournament- Qualifying Teams March 18 - 20 Multiple
    - Eligible Teams:  12U/Peewee B1, A, AA; 15U/Bantam B1, A, AA; 19U

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    Closed Weekends for Requesting Referees

    Closed Weekends For Requesting Referees




    Do not request referees for the above weekends none are available.

    2021-22 Coaches and Managers Meetings

    Here are the dates and times for the mandatory coaches and managers meetings.  At least one representative from each team must be in attendance.  Scorebooks will be distributed, rule changes will be discussed, and level coordinators will be on site to provide contact information for submitting scores.

    All meetings will take place in the auditorium at White Bear Lake Central Middle School - 4857 Bloom Avenue White Bear Lake.

    White Bear Lake School District policy requires masks in all school buildings.  Masks will be required to attend the meeting.

    Wednesday, December 1st - 6:30PM

    • Mite and 8U

    MN Hockey News

    2022 Hockey Day MN Schedule is Announced

    Bally Sports North, in conjunction with the National Hockey League’s Minnesota Wild, Minnesota Hockey and the Mankato Local Organizing Committee, today announced the date and schedule for the 16th annual Hockey Day Minnesota (HDM) at the city’s annual RibFest at Vetter Stone Amphitheater. The five-day event will begin on Wednesday, Jan. 19 with festivities happening thru Sunday, Jan. 23 and Bally Sports North’s signature telecast event set for Saturday, Jan. 22 at Minnesota State University’s Blakeslee Field.

    The outdoor hockey event will kick-off with Girls Night on Wednesday, Jan. 19 featuring the girls’ teams from Mankato East vs. Mankato West. Community Night will take place Thursday, Jan. 20 featuring a Wounded Warrior game and a Southern Minnesota Celebrity game. Friday, Jan. 21 will highlight the boys’ teams from Mankato East vs. Mankato West and feature a highly anticipated Minnesota State University Alumni game. Saturday, Jan. 22, Bally Sports North will televise two outdoor high school games (girls and boys) and the mens’ Minnesota State University vs. St. Thomas collegiate contest. The NHL takes the spotlight during primetime in a match-up featuring the Minnesota Wild vs. the Chicago Blackhawks at Xcel Energy Center. Then the women's teams from Minnesota State University vs. St. Thomas will wrap-up the five-day event Sunday, Jan. 23.

    Essay Contest Announced

    St. Paul, MN – November 16, 2021 – Minnesota Hockey, in partnership with Park Dental, announced today the topic for the 2021 Minnesota Hockey Essay Contest. Once again, Park Dental will be the presenting partner of the Minnesota Hockey Essay Contest, which is an annual tradition that encourages players to express their thoughts on what makes youth hockey in Minnesota a fun, unique and positive environment.

    All registered Minnesota Hockey participants are encouraged to enter the contest by completing the following: “I Believe Everyone in Minnesota Should Play Hockey Because…”

    The top three essays, as selected by the Essay Committee, will be featured during the Bally Sports North broadcast of Hockey Day Minnesota. All three finalists will also be featured in Let’s Play Hockey magazine. The contest winner will be selected among the three finalists and will receive a “Dream Day” experience on a Minnesota Wild gameday during the 2022-23 season. The “Dream Day” includes attending a Minnesota Wild morning skate, an hour of ice time at Xcel Energy Center and a group suite at a Wild game later that night.

    Minnesota Hockey is dedicated to creating a positive experience so that all participants enjoy, excel and develop a lifelong passion for ice hockey.  “Hockey is a part of the culture in Minnesota, and we want everyone to have the opportunity to experience this great game,” said Steve Oleheiser, Minnesota Hockey President. “We hope that our young players feel the same way, and we are excited to see the submissions that illustrate that feeling.”

    Submissions will be accepted from November 16 through December 8. Original essays should be limited to 250 words or less, and should include the child’s name, hockey association, team/classification, address, phone number and email address. Submissions can be sent to:

    Minnesota Hockey
    Attn: Minnesota Hockey Essay Contest
    317 Washington Street
    Saint Paul, MN 55102

    USA Hockey Approves Playing Rule Changes for 2021-25

    The 2021-25 USA Hockey Playing Rule change process was completed on June 12, 2021 as the USA Hockey Board of Directors approved nearly 90 rule changes and clarifications at its Annual Congress. The 2021-25 USA Hockey Playing Rules will take effect starting September 1, 2021.

    The majority of the changes in this four-year cycle were designed to incorporate concepts from USA Hockey’s Declaration of Safety, Fair Play, and Respect, which was introduced in 2019 to enhance the safety of the game for all participants. Many of the changes were also focused on clarifying the intent of the existing rules or updating their language.

    The D2 Supervisor of Officials has composed a summary of the rule changes and educational points on how we can strengthen the Coach, Parent, Referee and Player relationship.  See following attachment.

    Team Fundraising For Others

    Hiway Hockey Kids4Kids Back for Fourth Year

    Hiway Hockey Kids4Kids, an award-winning community initiative that encourages youth hockey players throughout Minnesota to raise funds for kids with disabilities and complex medical conditions, returns for a fourth season. The innovative program is a collaboration between Hiway Credit Union® (Hiway), the Minnesota Wild, Wild Alternate Captain Matt Dumba, Minnesota Hockey and Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare in Saint Paul. Since the program’s inception, dozens of teams and hundreds of youth hockey players have raised over $75,000 for Gillette Children’s.  (Link)

    Diversified Hockey Program Opportunity

    Minnesota Hockey today announced Minnesota Diversified Hockey as the new name for its programs for individuals with disabilities, formerly referred to as disabled hockey programs. Minnesota Diversified Hockey is proud to be the first hockey program in the country for people of all abilities to focus on the person first, both in practice and now in its new name.  Minnesota Diversified Hockey enables athletes to participate with other skaters with similar interests and abilities in the disciplines of: Special Hockey, Sled Hockey, Blind Hockey and Warrior Hockey. Each of these programs incorporate elements that are unlike the typical sport of hockey, but at their core, they are designed to ensure hockey is accessible for everybody.  (Link)


    For the ninth consecutive year, The Drive to State is presented by Chevy, and will be highlighted by 14 Minnesota Hockey State Tournaments hosted by ten communities on March 18 through 20. (Link) 

    MN whitecap News

    Leveille returns to Whitecaps crease for 2021-22 season.  

    Minnesota’s rock in net will be back for another season.

    Amanda Leveille has re-signed with the Whitecaps for the 2021-22 Premier Hockey Federation season, which will be her fourth with the team.  Leveille's PHF career is practically legendary at this point. The two-time All-Star is also a two-time Isobel Cup champion and PHF Goaltender of the Year. She won her first title with the Buffalo Beauts in 2017 then earned top league honors the following season. In 2019 she backstopped the Whitecaps to their first league crown and was awarded top goaltending honors for the shortened 2021 campaign.


    Mite Holiday Jamboree Returns to Xcel Energy Center

    Mite Holiday Jamboree Returns to Xcel Energy Center 

       The Minnesota Wild, in partnership with Minnesota Hockey, today announced it will host a Mite Holiday Jamboree on December 28 and 29 at Xcel Energy Center presented by Kwik Trip. Boys and girls across the State of Hockey are invited to participate in the Girls 8U Jamboree and the Youth Mite Jamboree.

       The 2021 Mite Holiday Jamboree is open to 64 teams: 32 Youth Mite teams and 32 Girls 8U teams. Age 6 and Under Girls teams and Mini-Mite teams are not eligible. Participating teams will play two, 30-minute half-ice games at Xcel Energy Center. 8U Girls teams will play the morning of Dec. 28 and the afternoon of Dec. 29. 8U Youth teams will play the afternoon of Dec. 28 and the morning of Dec. 29. MNHockey.TV will live stream all the games at no charge. There is a limit of two teams per association (two Youth teams, or two Girls teams, or one Youth team and one Girls team).

        Registration opens Wednesday, Nov. 17 at 10 a.m. For more information and to register for the Mite Holiday Jamboree, please visit

    Minnesota Wild to Host Girls Hockey Weekend Dec. 17-18

     The National Hockey League’s (NHL) Minnesota Wild today announced it will host Girls’ Hockey Weekend, presented by Red Baron® pizza and in conjunction with Minnesota Hockey, USA Hockey, the WCHA and the Minnesota Whitecaps, Dec. 17-18 at Xcel Energy Center.

       The Wild will dedicate several elements of its game to celebrating girls’ and women’s hockey when it hosts the Florida Panthers at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 18. University of Minnesota Women’s hockey player Crystalyn Hengler will make the “Let’s Play Hockey!” announcement and girls’ and women’s hockey players will participate in various intermission activities. Proceeds from the “Split the Pot Raffle” on Dec. 18 will benefit the Minnesota Wild Foundation.

       Additionally, Crystalyn Hengler will practice with the Minnesota Wild on Friday, Dec. 17 at TRIA Rink.

       The Wild will host dryland training sessions and on-ice clinics for 8U, 10U and 12U girls’ hockey players on Dec. 17 and 18 at Xcel Energy Center. Minnesota Hockey personnel, along with Minnesota Whitecaps players and WCHA players, will help lead the clinics.

       Registration for the girls’ hockey clinics will open at 10 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 15 at In addition to the on-ice and dryland training sessions, the registration fee of $89 includes a Wild-branded jersey, a post-clinic pizza party with Red Baron® pizza and a ticket to the Wild game on Saturday, Dec. 18 against the Florida Panthers. Participants in the girls’ hockey clinics will also receive an exclusive ticket offer for additional ticket purchases for the game on Dec. 18.

       The 8U on-ice clinics will be held on Friday, Dec. 17 at 5:30 and 6:45 p.m. (60 girls in each session). The 10U and 12U on- and off-ice sessions will be held following the Wild game on Saturday, Dec. 18. The 10U girls (50 girls) will be on the ice from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. followed by a dryland training from 6:45 to 7:30 p.m. The 12U girls (50 girls) will have a dryland training session from 5:30 to 6:15 p.m. followed by an on-ice session from 6:45 to 7:45 p.m.

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