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NHL: Modano, Chelios headline NHL Stadium Series Alumni Game

Former Minnesota North Star Mike Modano and former Chicago Blackhawk Chris Chelios headline the rosters that were announced Tuesday for the 2016 NHL Stadium Series Alumni Game.

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Former Minnesota North Star Mike Modano and former Chicago Blackhawk Chris Chelios headline the rosters that were announced Tuesday for the 2016 NHL Stadium Series Alumni Game.

The event featuring alumni from the Minnesota Wild/North Stars and the Chicago Blackhawks will take place at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis at 4 p.m. Feb. 20, a day prior to the 2016 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series game between the Wild and Blackhawks.

Approximately 50 former players and coaches are scheduled to participate. Tom Reid, Mike Ramsey and Lou Nanne will serve as Team Minnesota's coaches. Tony Esposito and Pat Foley will lead the Blackhawks alumni.

The alumni game will consist of three 20-minute periods (running time) and two 12-minute intermissions.

North Stars/Wild alumni: Fred Barrett, Don Beaupre, Brian Bellows, Brad Bombardir, Neal Broten, Andrew Brunette, Jack Carlson, Jon Casey, Dino Ciccarelli, Curt Giles, Craig Hartsburg, Darby Hendrickson, Antti Laaksonen, Reed Larson, Dennis Maruk, Brad Maxwell, Gilles Meloche, Mike Modano, Richard Park, Steve Payne, Willi Plett, Gordie Roberts, Brian Rolston, Bobby Smith, Wes Walz, Tom Younghans

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North Stars/Wild coaching staff: Lou Nanne, Mike Ramsey, Tom Reid

Blackhawks alumni: Adrian Aucoin, Murray Bannerman, Chris Chelios, Dave Christian, Denis Cyr, Eric Daze, Reggie Kerr, Steve Konroyd, Jerry Korab, Cliff Koroll, Dave Mackey, Peter Marsh, Jamal Mayers, Grant Mulvey, Troy Murray, Brian Noonan, Jack O'Callahan, Jeremy Roenick, Phil Russell, Denis Savard, Reid Simpson, Brent Sopel, Jimmy Waite

Blackhawks coaching staff: Tony Esposito, Pat Foley

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