A number of cities would love to be known as Hockeytown — Detroit has even trademarked the moniker — but Rochester, Minn., is vying for the title of Hockey Rehab Town. Rochester's Mayo Clinic plans to open a new sports medicine complex and develop a first-class, hockey training center within it. The center will include artificial ice, a skating treadmill and equipment to improve stick handling and shooting. The complex will include physicians, trainers, physical therapists and conditioning specialists, creating a "premier environment for hockey injury management and performance enhancement," according to Michael Stewart, M.D., co-director of Mayo's Sports Medicine Center and chief medical officer for USA Hockey, the sport's U.S. governing body.