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Hockey tournament boosts local economy

9:55 PM, Dec. 26, 2012
D.C. Everest and Tomahawk battle at Greenheck Field House during the 2011 Midwest Freeze tournament.
D.C. Everest and Tomahawk battle at Greenheck Field House during the 2011 Midwest Freeze tournament.
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Vehicles with license plates from across the Midwest began to flood local ice rinks Dec. 27, bringing heated hockey competition to the ice and tourism dollars to local businesses.

Scott Legal, Everest Youth Hockey coach, said the fourth annual Midwest Freeze hockey invite shakes up teams' regular game schedules and exposes them to new competition. Most teams in the Wausau area play other teams within two hours of each other, he said.

"All teams involved get the opportunity to play teams they wouldn't normally play," he said. "As a coach, you get to see a different brand or style of hockey you ...

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