North Dakotans Adjust to Remote Hockey

Avid Fighting Hawk hockey fans are used to taking to the road to support their beloved hockey team. This year is more difficult with social distancing leaving fans at home. We wanted to see just how well North Dakota fans were adjusting to the ‘new normal’.

Delbert Heine relieves stress between TV breaks by blocking shots in his garage man-cave.
Big Dan Strasser from Fort Yates settles in for an evening of hockey action with his trusty Jesse on his lap.
Glenn Pickert from Amidon invites neighbors over for games. He has one of only six TV’s in Slope county.
Gib Demming designed his own car stereo to enjoy Hawks games. “Once they dropped Matlock and 25,000 Pyramid, I dumped my satellite TV subscription!”
An entire city block in Grand Forks was accused of pirating cable to watch the NCHC feed.
Bert Cone is recovering at home from an axe injury at Rough Cut Social along with his horse Soybeans. “I still make time for my Hawks, even with a remote control and only six fingers.”

Denver faces North Dakota this Sunday and Monday at Magness Arena.

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