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It was the home of the Minnesota North Stars.
Bloomington hosted the 25th National Hockey League All-Star Game in 1972.
It also hosted the 1989 NHL Entry Draft
- (Midwest Junior Hockey League, 1975-1977) join USHL when league disbands
- (USHL, 1977-1984) renamed Minneapolis Stars
- Minnesota Jr. Stars (Midwest Junior Hockey League, 1973-1975) renamed Bloomington Jr. Stars
- Minnesota North Stars (NHL, 1967-1993) became Dallas Stars
- Twin Cities Northern Lights (Minnesota Junior Hockey League, 2002-2014) on leave of absence for 2014-15 season
- Twin Cities Steers (Minnesota Junior Hockey League, 1993-2002) merge with Iron Range Yellow Jackets and are renamed Twin Cities Northern Lights
- Bloomington Ice Garden (1970-Present) smaller arena home to the junior teams that have played in Bloomington
- Met Center (1967-1994) known as Metropolitan Sports Center (1967-1982)
- Oak Grove Park Rink
- Poplar Bridge Park Rink
- Brye Park Rink
- Haeg Park Rink
- Gene C. Kelly Park Rink
- Southglen Park Rink
- Southwood Park Rink
- Tarnhill Park Rink
- Brookside Park Rink
- Bryant Park Rink
- Ridgeview Park Rink
- Westwood Park Rink
- Sunrise Park Rink
- Running Park Rink
- Bloomington, Minnesota on Wikipedia