Duluth is once again host to one of the nation's largest youth girls hockey tournaments.
The St. Luke's Icebreaker Invitational kicked off this weekend with over 60 teams from across Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois and Canada.
Over 120 games filled eight arenas across the city.
Officials with the tournament say it will draw an estimated 4,000 people over the weekend, filling around 2,000 hotel rooms and numerous restaurants.
It's also estimated to create at least a $500,000 economic impact.
The tournament will continue into Sunday.