Minnesota Wilderness to Host NAPHL Fall League
The event is designed to give U18 and U16 teams the ability to play in a league, before the start of the high school hockey season.
DULUTH, Minn. – This weekend, the Minnesota Wilderness are partnering with the North American Prospects Hockey League to host their fall league. The event is designed to give U18 and U16 teams the ability to play in a league, before the start of the high school hockey season.
“They get an opportunity to be in front of a lot of NAHL coaches. It’s a little limited this year obviously with the COVID. We can only have so many scouts and things like that. Who knows what’s really even going to happen with the high school hockey season and things like that. This will give these kids a great opportunity to get out and get some real competition. A lot of these kids haven’t played in a game since last February, March. I know a lot of them are really excited to get out there,” Wilderness general manager Dave Boitz said.
All the action takes place at the Duluth Heritage Center beginning Friday.