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Women play rec hockey, too
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The Lakers and the Icy Hots play against each other on a recent Sunday morning. Both teams are made up of adult women, some as old as 70, who are learning the game. (MPR Photo/Cathy Wurzer)

St. Paul, Minn. — There is a well-established hierarchy of hockey in this state, from mini-mites to the collegiate and professional players. Young women have really taken to hockey on all levels.

But lest you think it's a young person's sport, you have to meet the players of the Women's Hockey Association of Minnesota -- or WHAM.

Cathy Wurzer caught up with two WHAM teams on a recent Sunday morning.

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