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DHSC Campers pose for a photo with Gordy Seitz (back row, 2nd from right). Gordy & his wife Betsy were the major benefactors of Seitz Arena.
On Friday, June 26th, the DHSC Sports campers were surprised by a vist from Gordy Seitz...the benefactor for whom Seitz Arena was named.
Gordy & his wife Betsy provided a very generous financial gift, enabling the DHSC to fit out Seitz Arena as a multi-Sports facility. The campers showed their appreciation with a loud "Thank You Mr. Seitz" cheer, followed by a round of applause.
Each year on April 1, the ice & hockey boards are removed, replaced by a 200' x 100' synthetic turf surface. The presence of turf makes the facility attractive for a variety of indoor sports in a controlled weather environment.
During "turf time", the Boys & Girls Club are the major beneficiaries of the turf but the City of Duluth and area youth soccer programs also use for their programs.
The ice & boards return by mid-Spetember in time for the hockey season.
Former UMD Bulldog standout Jamie Kenyon has been selected to lead the Duluth Northern Stars Girls Hockey team for the 2015-16 season.
Kenyon played for the Bulldogs from 2010 to 2014. She was an Assistant Captain for 2012-2013 seasons and served as Captain for the Bulldogs for the 2013-2014. Her collegiate accolades include WCHA Rookie of the Week and a two-time WCHA Player of the Week selection.
She was an attendee of the USA Hockey National Team Development Camps from 2005 to 2008 and played for the U18 U.S. Women’s Select Team in 2008 and again 2009, when her team won the Gold Medal during the World Championship.
Prior to her college career, Kenyon played for the Madison Capitols Women’s Team from 2002 to 2010, serving as the team's captain for 4 years. She was named an Academic All-Star by the Midwest Elite Hockey League and also played Western Wisconsin Blue Devils Boy’s Team from 2005 to 2010.
Coaching stints include the University of Minnesota Duluth Youth Hockey Camp and the Duluth Icebreakers.
On Thursday, June 25, between the hours of 3-4 PM, it's going to be a "WILD" time in the DHSC's Giuliani Hall, as the Minnesota WILD road show comes to town.
Featured on this year's traveling team are defensemen Matt Dumbo and Jordan Leopold. Former WILD player Wes Walz will also be on hand for the event. Walz played for the WILD from 2000 thru 2008, before retiring to become a sports analyst for FSN North.
The WILD, with a 46-28 win-loss record, are coming off their best season since 2007, when they won 48 of their 82 games. During their run for the 2015 Stanley Cup, they defeated the St. Louis Blues 4 games to 2 before losing out to the eventual Cup winning Chicago Blackhawks.
Last year, the WILD Road Show attracted more than 1,200 fans to obtain autographs from WILD players Charlie Coyle and Jason Zucker.
The 2015-16 hockey schedules for Duluth's three high school teams was released recently, with 32 games being played on home ice. The Northern Stars season starts on Tuesday, November 10, with Section 7 rival Cambridge-Isanti providing the opposition. The boys season opens on Friday, November 27 with Denfeld taking on against Red Wing, followed by a doubleheader on Saturday, November 28, with East vs. Wayzata at noon Denfeld vs. Bloomington Jefferson at 2 PM.
The complete schedules for all three teams may be found by clicking on the "High School Hockey" tab, at the upper left of this page.
Recently, the Dave Goldberg Family Branch of the Boys & Girls Club was added to the “Safe Place” sites in Duluth. The Goldberg Branch is housed in the Duluth Heritage Sports Center.
“Safe Place” is a refuge for youth at risk. Any young person who has run away or is in a threatening situation is able to receive assistance at any place identified by a yellow-and-black diamond shaped sign that indicates that the facility has staff that has been trained to provide this assistance.
When sought out as a place of refuge, personnel at the Boys & Girls Club will call a volunteer who will provide transportation for the young person to the Lutheran Social Service’s Bethany Crisis Shelter in Duluth. Within 30 minutes, a trained representative of the agency will visit with the youth and address the situation.
The “Safe Place” sign is located at the front of the DHSC Entry Plaza.
Click on "Programs/Camps" tab for details
2014 16U Champions Minnesota Blades
In response to requests from our past participants, we've added a 14U (Bantam) age Tier 1 classification to the 2015 Heritage Hockey Showcase. For this first 14U event, the number of entrants will be limited to six teams, on a first-come, first served basis.
The dates for the Heritage Tier 1 Hockey Showcase are set for October 30 thru November 1, 2015. Formal invitations will be sent during the week of April 1. 2015. For more information, please click on the "Tournaments" tab.