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Frozen fun

December 28, 2011
Adirondack Daily Enterprise

KEENE - More than a dozen Keene and Lake Placid residents - including former New York Rangers goalie, Northwood School

alumnus and seasonal Lake Placid resident Mike Richter - got together Tuesday to play hockey on Lower Cascade Lake between the two communities.

Vinny McClelland, owner of the Mountaineer outdoor gear store in Keene Valley, said the ice was at least 5 to 6 inches thick here, although there was still open water in other sections of the lake.

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More than a dozen Keene and Lake Placid residents including former New York Rangers goalie, Northwood School alumnus and seasonal Lake Placid resident Mike Richter (left, red hat) get together Tuesday to play hockey on Lower Cascade Lake between the two communities.
(Enterprise photo — Chris Knight)

The group played for about two hours, and while no one actually kept score, McClelland claimed his squad from Keene won.

"Keene always wins," he said.

 
 

 

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