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Duluth is a city in northern Minnesota on Lake Superior.
It has a population of about 85,000 and a metro area of about 275,000 people.
- Duluth Clydesdales (Superior International Junior Hockey League, 2010-2013) suspended from league January 20, 2013 for multiple cancelled games
- Duluth Coolerators
- (International Amateur Hockey League, 1946-1947) joined Northern Amateur League
- (Northern Amateur League, 1947-1951) withdrew during season
- (United States Amateur Hockey Association, 1920-1925) join Central Hockey League
- (Central Hockey League, 1925-1926) league renamed American Hockey Association
- (American Hockey Association, 1926-1933) became Wichita Blue Jays mid-season
- Central Hockey League, (1933-1934) folded
- Duluth Natives (CHL, 1932-1933) replaced by Hornets in league
- Duluth Port Stars (USHL, 1968-December 30, 1968) folded
- Duluth Zephyrs (IAHL, 1936-1938) folded
- Duluth Entertainment Center (1966-Present) originally called Duluth Arena Auditorium
- Mars Lakeview Arena
- Peterson Arena
- UMD Sports & Health Center
- Duluth Heritage Sports Center
- Fryberger Ice Arena
- Rob Bordson
- Jack Connolly
- Cade Fairchild
- Derek Forbort
- Stan Gilbertson
- Mark Heaslip
- Rick Mrozik
- Phil Verchota
- Butch Williams
- Duluth, Minnesota on Wikipedia