Grand Forks, North Dakota

A view of Grand Forks.

Grand Forks is a city of about 50,000 with a metro population of about 100,000 in the state of North Dakota.

It is the home of the University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux and was the host of the 2005 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships.


Grand Forks Mixers (Manitoba Senior Hockey League, 1965-1968) folded

Grand Forks Red Wings (Minnesota Hockey League, 1953-1954) withdrew

University TeamsEdit

  1. WCHA, 1951-2013) joining NCHC
  2. National Collegiate Hockey Conference, 2013-Charter member)


  • Ralph Engelstad Arena
  • Ralph Engelstad Arena (old)
  • Lake Agassiz Park Rink
  • Optimist Park Rink
  • University Park Rink
  • Lincoln Drive Park Rink
  • Jaycee's Park Rink
  • Blue Line Club & Eagles Arenas
  • Kelly Park Rink
  • Elks Park Rink
  • Cox Park Rink
  • Ben Franklin Park Rink
  • Gambucci Arena
  • Lion's Park Rink
  • Grand Forks Eagles Arena
  • Purpur Arena


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