***Information About Limited General Public Tickets***
***TICKETS SOLD OUT***
The Minnesota Wild in conjunction with the City of Bloomington, Minnesota Hockey and Bloomington Amateur Hockey Association are pleased to announce they will be hosting a practice on Sunday, October 29th at Bloomington Ice Garden. Doors open at 10:30am with practice starting at 11:00am.
In addition, there will be a celebration of Bloomington Ice Garden winning the Kraft Hockeyville Western Division and placing as the 2017 Kraft Hockeyville National Runner-Up. The event will include a presentation of the $75,000 check from Kraft along with the announcement of exciting improvements planned for Bloomington Ice Garden.
The Minnesota Wild are excited to partner with Bloomington Amateur Hockey Association in support of local youth hockey. A limited number of tickets will be open immediately to the general public, on a first come, first serve basis, via the BAHA ticket request site. You may request a maximum of 2 tickets. Ticket recipients will be contacted by email with instructions for Will Call Pickup at Bloomington Ice Garden.
***TICKETS SOLD OUT***
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The Mission of the Bloomington Amateur Hockey Association is to ensure that all youth hockey players in Bloomington have the opportunity for fair access to hockey-related resources in our city. We do this by providing a forum for the Jefferson, Kennedy, and Bloomington Girls youth hockey associations to collaborate on areas of mutual interest and manage together the off-ice operations and common resources in our community.
We will manage our core operations of Advertising, Concessions and Tournaments at the Bloomington Ice Garden responsibly. Each of these operations will generate income that will be distributed annually to the Jefferson, Kennedy, and Bloomington Girls youth hockey associations to support the specific needs of those programs. We will distribute ice time and training resources at the Bloomington Ice Garden equitably, allowing each association to develop their players and improve their hockey programs. We will seek out new opportunities to support our related associations and strive to increase the value we return to them.
Cooperation – The Jefferson, Kennedy, and Bloomington Girls youth hockey associations understand that only by working together will both become stronger
Collaboration – We will take advantage of opportunities that might not be available to the Jefferson, Kennedy, and Bloomington Girls youth hockey associations individually
Fairness – We will distribute the resources entrusted to us in a fair, equitable and agreed upon manner
Stewardship – We will manage our resources and operations in a way that returns value to the Jefferson, Kennedy, and Bloomington Girls youth hockey associations