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Where are fans traveling from to go to the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game in Nashville?

UND and Penn State will bring people from across the country for their game Saturday night in Bridgestone Arena.

UND fans enjoy the pregame party outside of Orleans Arena in October 2018. Photo by Brad Elliott Schlossman/Grand Forks Herald
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Fans will be coming from across the country to attend the U.S. Hall of Fame Game between UND and Penn State on Saturday night in Nashville.

As of 4 p.m. Friday, the Herald has heard from fans coming from 47 different states, as well as more than 90 different cities in North Dakota and more than 85 in Minnesota.

If you are attending the game and your location is not marked on the map, contact Herald writer Brad Schlossman on Twitter or by email at Here's the interactive map of where fans are traveling from:


Fans are coming from at least 10 different cities in 10 states: North Dakota, Minnesota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Arizona, Texas, Colorado, California and Tennessee.

The last time UND played a destination hockey game was 2018 in Las Vegas.

Fans from at least 44 different states attended that one.

Schlossman has covered college hockey for the Grand Forks Herald since 2005. He has been recognized by the Associated Press Sports Editors as the top beat writer for the Herald's circulation division four times and the North Dakota sportswriter of the year once. He resides in Grand Forks. Reach him at
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