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Mahle ranks No. 79 on hockey list

The late Oscar Mahle of International Falls, a star high school forward in the 1950s, is ranked No. 79 in Minnesota Hockey Hub's Top 100 list of the state's all-time prep boys players.

The late Oscar Mahle of International Falls, a star high school forward in the 1950s, is ranked No. 79 in Minnesota Hockey Hub's Top 100 list of the state's all-time prep boys players.

Mahle helped the Broncos win state titles in 1956 as a junior and 1957 as a senior, played on two U.S. national teams in 1958 and 1962, and spent two years playing at the University of Minnesota. He also did radio commentary for Minnesota Duluth games alongside Marsh Nelson. Mahle died in 2006 at age 66.

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