Hit the rink for a weekend full of Hockey Day Minnesota events starting Thursday in White Bear Lake.
This year Hockey Day Minnesota activities take place at Polar Lakes Park in White Bear Lake at . Events run January 26th – 29th. View multiple hockey games this weekend and listen to live music at the park!
Visit the Event page for a full line up of activities. With many hockey games, musical entertainment, fireworks, and more, it is sure to be a fun filled spot to spend time this weekend.
Are you looking ahead at the frigid weekend forecast and wondering if you will be able to stay outside all day? Visit the warming house when needed!
Games can be viewed at the rink or live-streamed in the Town Square and Treasure Island Warming House. Most live music will perform in the Warming House too!
Thursday, January 26 – Opening Night
5:25 pm Opening Ceremonies
5:30 pm Game Forest Lake vs Cretin-Derham Hall (Girls)
7:30 pm Celebrity Game
7:30 pm Live Music – Arch Allies
Friday, January 27 – College Night
5:30 am KFAN the Power Trip Morning Show
5:25 pm Opening Ceremony
5:30 pm Saint Johns vs. Augsburg (Mens)
7:30 pm White Bear Alumni Game
7:30 pm Live Music – Good for Gary
Saturday, January 28 – Official Hockey Day
9:25 am Opening Ceremony
9:30 am Stillwater vs. White Bear Lake (Girls)
1 pm Hermantown vs. Mahtomedi (Boys)
4:30 pm Hill Murray vs. White Bear Lake (Boys)
7 pm Fireworks
8 pm Buffalo Sabres vs. Minnesota Wild (Xcel Energy Center)
10 am – 11 pm – Music all day from various musicians
Sunday, January 29 – Hockey Changes Lives Day
There will be live music, food trucks, kids activities, NFL championship Sunday viewing party, and more.
8 am Opening Ceremony
8:15 am Minnesota Warriors Game 1
10 am Minnesota Warriors Game 2
11:45 am Sled Hockey
1:30 – 3 pm Open Skate
3:15 – 4:15 pm Herb Brooks Foundation
4:30 – 6pm United Heroes League Game
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