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Rink of Dreams: man builds hockey rink in the middle of his farm

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MINNESOTA - You may have seen the film ‘Field of Dreams.’  Well, one Minnesota man has now built a rink of dreams.

He says kids in the town needed a new place to skate.  So using an "if you build it, they will come" mentality he decided to build the hockey rink in the middle of a farm.  He even forked over $20,000 for a set of professional boards.

Now as many as 15 kids can be found on the ice on any given night.  Hockey leagues are being planned for the rink and the owner won't even charge for ice time.

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