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Duluth Entertainment Convention Center
(DECC)
Location 350 Harbor Dr
Duluth, MN 55802
Opened 1966
Owner Duluth Entertainment Convention Center
Operator Duluth Entertainment Convention Center
Surface 190' x 85' (hockey)
Construction cost $6.5 million
Tenants Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs
(Ice Hockey)
Capacity 5,333

Duluth Entertainment Convention Center (DECC), originally called the Duluth Arena Auditorium, is an arena located in Duluth, Minnesota and has been home to the University of Minnesota Duluth Bulldog hockey team since 1966.

Located on the waterfront near Duluth's famous Aerial Lift Bridge. Built at a cost of $6.5 million, the Arena portion of the complex houses a 190-by-85 foot hockey rink with 5,333 seats, and six locker rooms, including the recently-remodeled $2 million locker room facility now used by the men and women Bulldog hockey teams.

The rink can be converted to allow the DECC Arena to host concerts, dinners, conventions,and shows. The DECC was the site of the NCAA I men's hockey championships in both 1968 and 1981, hosted the 2003 and 2008 Women's NCAA Division I Frozen Four.

The arena was replaced in 2010 with the AMSOIL Arena.


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Preceded by
Onondaga War Memorial
Syracuse, New York
Host of the
Frozen Four

1968
Succeeded by
Broadmoor World Arena
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Preceded by
Providence Civic Center
Providence, Rhode Island
Host of the
Frozen Four

1981
Succeeded by
Providence Civic Center
Providence, Rhode Island

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