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Pond Hockey Nat'l Championships Start Friday

02/04/2016, 9:00am MST
By USAHockey.com

2016 Labatt Blue/USA Hockey Event will be held in Eagle River, Wisconsin

The 11th anniversary of the Labatt Blue/USA Hockey Pond Hockey National Championships will take place Friday though Sunday (Feb. 5-7) on Dollar Lake in Eagle River, Wisconsin.

"We're excited to be returning to Dollar Lake this year and we wish all of the teams the best of luck this weekend," said Ashley Bevan, senior director of adult hockey for USA Hockey. "This is a special event and a really fun time with tremendous camaraderie among all of the participants."

As part of the celebration, this year's event will include the First Annual USA Hockey Foundation Cornhole Tournament on Thursday (Feb. 4) night during registration at the Eagle River Derby Track and a special appearance by two-time (1998, 2002) Olympian Shelley Looney at Saturday (Feb. 6) evening's reception.

Fans can download the USA Hockey Adult Events Tournament App to connect with other participants and follow all the action, including real-time scores, standings and results. To learn more and share the experience, go to adulthockey.usahockey.com/pondhockey. For schedules and more tournament information click here.

Notes: The 2016 Labatt Blue/USA Hockey Pond Hockey National Championships will include 280 teams and nearly 2,000 players ... Click here to check out images from last year's event.

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