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Two Dawgs Travel to North Dakota For the DU-ND Series

North Dakota Trip 2016

Dawgs Jon Meredith and Bill Miller with North Dakota Coach Berry By Jon Meredith Bill Miller and I flew up to Devil’s Lake, North Dakota and drove 90 miles to Grand Forks for the Fighting Hawks Vs. the… Read More

A Thank You from the Schmidtmann’s

To all of you at Dawg Nation Hockey that helped to support us, and who gave us such wonderful (and fluffy!) gifts yesterday, we just want to again give you our heartfelt thanks, and a quick Watson update…. Read More

Donate to Andrew Ouellette

Andrew needs help with transportation. Andrew Ouellette comes from a longtime hockey family. His dad Tom has played for years in adult hockey leagues in the Denver area and currently plays in the Edge Old Time Hockey League… Read More

Donate to John Matthew

John needs help after a serious accident. An avid hockey player, John has played in multiple adult leagues in the Denver area and has played with and against Dawg Nation teams. John recently was in a bicycle accident… Read More

Bernie and Watson

Bretlyn Schmidtmann and her husband lost their home to the wild fire in Nederland and even continued to fight the fire themselves in attempt to save others homes. They also lost one of their St. Bernard’s in the… Read More

Donate to Bretlyn Schmidtmann

Bretlyn and her husband lost their home. Bretlyn has been involved in emergency services for about 20 years and is an ER nurse in Boulder. She and her husband lost their home to the wild fire up in… Read More

A Friendship Post by Kathie Kelly with Heather Karas

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DAWG NATION, HOCKEY FAMILY, AMAZING PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE Two years ago I (Kathie) had the honor of dropping the ceremonial puck before the Survivors Game at the Dawg Bowl in honor of my late husband Jack.  After I was… Read More

My Journey – Sean “Gags” Gagnon

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Complete Mystery I heard someone say that ALS – Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease) is a puzzle, and that couldn’t be more true but there are so many layers to it that it’s difficult to describe… Read More

From Macaire Mousseau

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Thank you does not feel like enough. While it’s been over three months now since Butch’s passing, the love and support for Butch and our family continues to amaze us. “Thank you” does not feel like enough when… Read More

From the captain of Team Minnesota

From the captain of Team Minnesota — Wes Syverson: I am a pastor, retired now, 69 years old. I also play hockey. My church supported its community by providing finances and goods to: two women’s shelters (battered and… Read More