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November 20, 2011
 

Frank Southern: A Home to IU Hockey

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The Frank Southern Ice Arena is home to the Indiana Hoosiers men’s hockey team. It may not be the most flashy or glamorous venue, but the players and fans don’t seem to mind at all. Although they do love playing at “The Frank”, as they call it, they players do believe having a state of the art arena of their own would help increase their fan base as well as help them advance to D-1 status. Money is the only issue limiting the Hoosiers from building there own arena, but for now they are grateful for the relationship that they have developed with the City of Bloomington and the staff at the arena.

 

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