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"Outdoor college ice hockey is coming to Soldier Field for the very first time!
"This one-of-a-kind doubleheader will feature four of the nation's premier men's college ice hockey programs: Minnesota vs. Wisconsin and Notre Dame vs. Miami. The puck drops Sunday, Feb. 17, 2013 at noon when Notre Dame faces off against Miami University, followed immediately by Minnesota vs. Wisconsin at approximately 3:30 p.m.
"The Hockey City Classic will be preceded by two weeks of winter festivities including two days of free public ice skating, high school hockey events, youth and adult hockey events, private ice rentals and much more."
See also: Tribune photo gallery.
Minnesota Gopher fans and alum are being solicited with this offer:
Prior to the Gopher game at Soldier Field on February 17th, join fellow fans at the Official Pre-game Indoor tailgate. From noon to 3:00 p.m., enjoy Chicago-style hot dogs with: Chicago-style relish, a special celery salt plus a variety of trimmings; three-bean veggie chili with locally sourced vegetables and spicy beef chili. Chili toppings include cheddar cheese, sour cream and onions. Fresh baked cookies for dessert.
And, Goose Island will be serving their award-winning, hand crafted beers.
Cost is only $40 per person and includes unlimited food and refreshments catered by Goose Island Catering. (Pricing good until Feb.13; $50 per person after that date. Walk up registration will be very limited.
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