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"Currently, the CGHA fields three teams named the Red Liners. The Johnny's Red Liners play in the C3 division at Johnny's Ice House, the North Shore Red Liners play in the recreational division at the Northbrook Park District rink and the Outdoor Red Liners play in the Chicago Outdoor Hockey League."
At the Hockey City Classic last February, Soldier Field.
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