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The Rink Live is now paywall free

The Rink Live is your destination for college hockey in the Upper Midwest.

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FARGO -- When The Rink Live launched, our goal was to bring you the most Minnesota and North Dakota college hockey news. Now, we’re expanding that goal. To reach as many hockey fans as possible, we’re removed our paywall from the site beginning Friday, Oct. 1.

The Rink Live has coverage of the University of Minnesota, University of North Dakota, Bemidji State, Minnesota State Mankato, University of Minnesota Duluth, St. Cloud State and St. Thomas, and the reporting team looks to expand its coverage this season at every level of the sport, including youth hockey.

Last week, The Rink Live announced Pierre-Paul Lamoureux will be working with The Rink Live as a project consultant. Lamoureux will work closely with administration and reporters to expand the website's hockey coverage and exceed the expectations of hockey fans.

For the past three seasons, The Rink Live has provided features, analysis, game recaps and interviews with players and coaches for high school, juniors and the NHL. In addition, The Rink Live produces special podcasts, live blogs and more, with special coverage at Hockey Day Minnesota and state high school tournaments in Minnesota and North Dakota.

Check back often for more news and hockey action, and give @TheRinkLive a follow on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

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