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Crews work on the razing of the old Ralph Engelstad Arena this summer.
Midco Sports Net reflects on 'Old Ralph'
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Updated: Thursday 08/28/2013 11:55:52 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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This summer the old Ralph Engelstad Arena is being torn down, as the University of North Dakota builds a new High Performance Center.

The North Dakota Hockey with Dave Hakstol show, which is produced by Midco Sports Net, recently featured three former players and the many memories from the building.

Find out more information about the UND Athletics High Performance Center, or donate to the game-changing transformational facility that will be used by all sports.

Did you miss the debut of North Dakota Hockey with Dave Hakstol? Check out when it will air next on MidcoSportsNet. Or watch it on-demand on UND Insider on UNDsports.com.

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