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2 posts categorized "Minnesota Whitecaps"

February 01, 2011

Welcome to the Phersy and Feldy show

PHERSY AND FELDY: OK Folks, so we're kicking off a new feature here at Faceoff. We're doing a podcast (OK, not really for your ipod, but it's an audio show featuring two of the ugliest guys you know). So, take a listen. This the very first episode of the Phersy and Feldy Show. For the most part, it's just going to be Feldy and Phersy kicking it freestyle on sports topics of the day/week.

Let us know what you think, what we can do better, what you want us to talk about for the next show ... whatever. This one is a little long (25 minutes) and we'll shorten it up for the next one. Just check it out. Let's do this:

 

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February 03, 2010

Women's Hockey: Whitecaps to play at Graham on Sunday

FELDY: Rochester hockey fans packed the Rec Center two weeks ago to see the U.S. Women's Olympic Team. I wouldn't expect Graham Arena to be packed on Super Bowl Sunday, but more of the best women's hockey players in the world will be in Rochester for a youth clinic and a game.

The Minnesota Whitecaps, a pro team in the Western Women's Hockey League, will be in Rochester to face the Strathmore (Alberta) Rockies. Several of the players on the U.S. women's Olympic team -- Julie Chu, Angela Ruggiero, Jenny Potter -- play for the Whitecaps. Of course, this season they are not competing with the Whitecaps prior to the Olympics.

The game is scheduled for a 12:30 p.m. start on Sunday, with all proceeds going to the Dodge County and Rochester Youth Hockey Associations.

Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for children (18 & under).

From 11-11:40 a.m., Whitecaps players and coaches will put on an instructional clinic for players of all ages (Termites through High School).

For clinic and ticket information contact Karen Mathias at [email protected], or Dodge County head coach Jeremy Gunderson at [email protected]