DULUTH - Local lawmen traded in their guns and hoses for sticks and
skates in Duluth and Superior this weekend for the 7th Annual Lake Superior Lawmen
Twenty-four teams made up of police officers, firefighters
and military personnel from Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota and Canada hit
the ice to raise money for Courage Center Duluth.
"A lot of great friendships have been made with teams
that I would never have any ability to see or officers that I’d never have any
ability to see like Winnipeg, Thunder Bay, and the Ontario Provincial Police
(OPP). But, you know it's really a great time to get together, have fun and
then on top of it support a good charity," said Chip Lemon, the tournament’s
Games are played at the Heritage Center in Duluth and Superior Amateur Hockey Arena (SAHA) in Superior. The tournament continues Saturday starting at 10:30 a.m.
and is free and open to the public.