Duluth hockey legend Dick Stewart dies at 92

Longtime Duluth sporting goods store owner Dick Stewart, arguably the University of Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs’ most famous and devoted hockey fan, has died, nine days after his wife, Maxine, passed away.
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Longtime Duluth sporting goods store owner Dick Stewart, arguably the University of Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs’ most famous and devoted hockey fan, has died, nine days after his wife, Maxine, passed away.

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