July 14, 2022 - TCO
Hockey Day Minnesota 2023
Twin Cities Orthopedics (TCO) is proud to support Hockey Day Minnesota 2023.
White Bear Township will host the 17th edition of the annual statewide celebration of hockey, and United Healthcare returns as the event’s presenting sponsor. TCO’s involvement with the event dates back to 2016, and CEO Aaron Johnson says taking on a bigger role was a can’t-miss opportunity.
“Hockey Day Minnesota has become a tradition like no other,” Johnson said. “With locations throughout the northeast metro, including Vadnais Heights, and our designation as the Official Sports Medicine and Performance Providers for White Bear Lake High School, our roots in the community run deep. This area’s history, tradition, and passion for the game is simply inspiring. Our goal is to help make this year’s event one to remember.”
Hockey Day 2023 White Bear’s festivities will be part of a day-long television event broadcast on Bally Sports North, designed as a celebration of the game from peewees to pros. Proceeds of the event will benefit White Bear’s Area Hockey Association in an effort to grow the game through youth hockey.
“When it comes to taking care of local communities, no one does it better than TCO,” said Corey Roberts, event chair for Hockey Day Minnesota 2023. “With their history in the area and dedication to serving athletes and families, they are the perfect partner for this event. We’re excited to curate a hockey and winter extravaganza like no other that our communities and partners will be proud of.”
Additional details, including the date, match-ups, and the official schedule for Hockey Day Minnesota 2023 can be found here: https://www.nhl.com/wild/community/hockey-day-minnesota
About Hockey Day Minnesota
Hockey Day Minnesota originated in 2007 by the Minnesota Wild to celebrate the game that has made Minnesota the State of Hockey. It is produced in partnership with Bally Sports North, Minnesota Hockey and the respective local community that serves as host each year. Previous locations include Baudette Bay (2007, 2008), Phalen Park (2009), Hermantown (2010), Moorhead (2011), Minnetonka (2012), Grand Rapids (2013), Elk River (2014), Saint Paul (2015), Duluth (2016), Stillwater (2017), St. Cloud (2018), Bemidji (2019), Minneapolis (2020), Guidant John Rose MN Oval (2021) and Mankato (2022). For more information, visit wild.com/hockeyday