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Listen: Bulldogs' Hermantown boys are no strangers to big games at Amsoil Arena

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It's a busy week at Amsoil Arena with the Minnesota Wild visiting on Tuesday, followed by six college hockey games in three days, including a triple header to start things off on Friday.

The home of the Bulldogs is hosting a WCHA series with Wisconsin, as well as the 2021 Ice Breaker Tournament, which will include Michigan, Minnesota State and Providence.

To preview the Ice Breaker, the Bulldog Insider Podcast catches up with Bulldogs forwards Jesse Jacques and Blake Biondi down at Amsoil Arena. The Hermantown natives are no strangers to big games and big weekends at Amsoil.


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