In the penalty box at the Lamoureux Hockey Cup, players try to explain their misdeeds

See what some of the players at the 2022 Lamoureux Hockey Cup had to say about being in the penalty box, their favorite pre-game foods, and more.

Two people sit in the penalty box to do an interview, one person wears a winter coat and has a small microphone while the other is wearing a red, white, and blue hockey jersey and hockey gear.
Sydney Wolf interviews a member of the Dakota Warriors at the 2022 Lamoureux Hockey Cup.

MOORHEAD — Tripping, checking, slashing — everyone knows that there are plenty of ways to get a penalty in youth hockey — but what goes through the minds of those players who are sent to the penalty box?

At the 2022 Lamoureux Hockey Cup, The Rink Live was able to interview some of the players who were sent to the box to find out what penalty they took and why, along with some other questions about their favorite hockey team, favorite pre-game meal, and more.

Make sure to watch the full video below to see all of the answers from the different players and follow @TheRinkLive on all of our social media channels for more content from the Lamoureux Hockey Cup coming out soon.

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Sydney Wolf is a reporter for The Rink Live, primarily covering youth hockey. She joined the team in November of 2021 and graduated from St. Cloud State University with a B.S. in Mass Communications and a minor in Writing and Rhetoric Studies and was a part of the University Honors Program.
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