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JuniorHockey.com is proud to announce that the Midwest Junior Hockey League's Ironwood Bears and Rhinelander Street Cats have joined the site as advertising and content partners.
The Street Cats are under the direction of Igor Myaskovskiy (224-216-9361) and will be playing out of Rhinelander Ice Arena in Rhinelander, Wisconsin.
Ironwood is being coached by Tim Walker () and operate from the Pat O'Donnell Civic Center in Ironwood, Michigan.
"I am very happy to see Igor and Val join the site. I feel this shows a strong commitment to giving players a strong developmental experience," said JuniorHockey.com's Stephen Heisler. "The MWJHL has taken a major step outside of the box and I commend them for the effort."
The two teams are hosting a combined try-out on August 18th (4:30 PM) and 19th (2:00 PM) at Heartmeyer Arena in Madison, Wisconsin. The cost of the two day event is $105. For additional information in regards to the try-out contact either coach, visit http://www.northernstarshockey.com/ or call 847-962-1761.