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Because 1945 the State of Minnesota has crowned a boy's high school hockey champion.
Higher school hockey in Minnesota includes a storied tradition of generating some of the most
effective American hockey players. The teams that compete inside the tournament play a
maximum of 25 common season games, then take part in the section and regional finals if they are
thriving. The high college games consist of 3, 17 minute periods.

The boy's hockey tournament final for four days in March, it take spot in the Exel Power Center in
St. Paul, Minnesota. From 1945 - 1991 the tournament incorporated eight teams from the entire
state of Minnesota, which competed for the championship.
In 1992 the format changed to a two tiered method which consists of bigger schools (Class AA) and
smaller sized schools (Class A.) The state tournament attendance record book was shattered in
2004 when over 120,000 people attended the tournament. In 2006 the average attendance for the
championship games exceeded 18,000.

In 1994, the Minnesota State Higher College League changed the course of action used for
determining section assignments for boy's hockey. At present schools are divided into two groups
determined by the enrollment and activity classifications. What resulted from this can be that the
largest 64 schools comprehensive in Class AA and all of the remaining schools participate in Class
A.
Both classes are divided into 8 sections, the section is primarily determined by geographic location.
Some schools opt to play at the Class AA level even though they may be classified as Class A
schools. In recent history the top rated four teams happen to be seeded to permit for far more
even qualifying rounds and improved championship games.
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