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road to the NCAA's Frozen Four tournament goes through downtown Toledo's
Huntington Center this weekend.
teams are here, but only one heads to Pittsburgh to play for college hockey's
began arriving on Friday, packing hotels, restaurants and bars.
Winfield family checked into the Park Inn, proud supporters of St. Cloud State
think it's awesome. Looking forward to seeing some good NCAA hockey," said
is one of four semi-final sites. The Visitors Bureau expects 4,000 fans to
occupy 225 hotel rooms in the area.
is the second time folks at the Huntington Center have made a pitch for the
a combination of things," said Steve Miller, of the Huntington Center. "It's
the facility, volunteers in the community, hotels and location. And Toledo as a
location makes a huge difference, drawing people from the Midwest."
Blarney Pub is drawing plenty of out-of-towners. TVs at the bar are tuned into
the other three Frozen Four sites this weekend.
going to be pretty packed here," said Bill Kline, of The Blarney. "The Notre
Dame alumni hockey team is going to be over at the Event Center doing a little
pre-game action before the game tomorrow."
semi-final games will be played Saturday. Sunday will be the championship game,
with that winner advancing to Pittsburgh.