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AMSOIL Arena
Amsoil Arena
Location 350 Harbor Drive
Duluth, Minnesota 55802
Broke ground April 2009
Opened December 30, 2010
Owner Duluth Entertainment Convention Center
Operator Duluth Entertainment Convention Center
Surface 85' x 200' (Ice)
Construction cost US$57 million
Architect Populous (formerly HOK Sport)
SJA Architects
General Contractor Mortenson/Thor
Capacity 6,726 (Hockey)
8,500 (Concerts)
Record attendance 7,424
Tenants
Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs men's ice hockey (NCHC) (2010–present)
Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs women's ice hockey (WCHA) (2010–present)

AMSOIL Arena is an ice hockey arena located in Duluth, Minnesota. It is the home arena of the UMD Bulldogs men's and women's hockey teams. It replaced the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center Arena in 2010, as an addition to the DECC Complex. UMD men's hockey team won the NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Championship in their first season at the arena. AMSOIL Arena hosted the 2012 NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey Tournament where Minnesota beat Wisconsin (4-2).

Stadium Journey rated AMSOIL Arena as the best stadium experience in 2013 in the United States and Canada.

The attendance record was set with 7,424 on November 15, 2014 when UMD men's hockey team faced off against their rival, Minnesota. UMD won the game 2-1.

EventsEdit

Events held at AMSOIL Arena have included the Harlem Globetrotters, Cirque du Soleil, concerts, conventions, high school hockey games, and other events.


Comparison to DECC ArenaEdit

DECC ArenaAMSOIL Arena
Hockey Seating Capacity 5,100 6,726
Concessions 28 35 + 6 portable
Club Space 0 sq. ft. 2000 sq. ft.
Suites 0 16
Leg Room Between Rows 31" 34" Lower 33" Upper
Elevators 1 3
Scoreboard Size 10' x 12' 15' x 20'
Ice Sheet Size 85' x 190' 85' x 200'


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