Experience the home of Minnesota Duluth hockey like you've never seen it before

A drone tour of Amsoil Arena takes you behind the scenes, into the locker rooms and training facilities

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The concourse at Amsoil Arena in Duluth.
Duluth News Tribune file

DULUTH — A drone video flies through the home of the Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs hockey programs, giving viewers a look behind closed doors at the 6,700-plus seat arena on the edge of Lake Superior.

The arena opened Dec. 10, 2010 and drone footage takes you into the Bulldogs locker rooms, training facilities and various other vantage points inside the arena.

The video is shared by the university.

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Rob Beer is the digital content manager for Forum Communications. A journalist with Forum Communications since 1991, he is the editor of The Rink Live and assists with Northland Outdoors and other content produced by the company.
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