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|Full name||Jacksonville Ice & Sportsplex|
|Location||3605 Philips Highway , Jacksonville, Florida 32207|
|Former names||Skate World|
|Tenants|| Jacksonville Bullets|
Jacksonville Barracudas (2007–2008)
|Capacity||Ice hockey: 608|
|Field Dimensions||200 x 85|
Jacksonville Ice is a recreational ice rink in Jacksonville, Florida. In addition to skating lessons, figure skating teams and recreational ice hockey, it has also served as the home arena for two professional minor league hockey teams, the Jacksonville Bullets and the Jacksonville Ice.
The facility served as the home arena for the Jacksonville Bullets, which were owned by Jacksonville Ice owner Bob Sabourin. Later, the Jacksonville Barracudas of the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) used it for training and as an alternate arena when scheduling conflicts precluded them from using their usual venue, the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena. The Barracudas would later play their 2007–2008 season at the rink. The facility has also been used by the various amateur hockey and ice skating clubs, and by the University of Florida intramural hockey team.
|Southern Professional Hockey League|
|Teams||Columbus Cottonmouths • Fayetteville FireAntz • Huntsville Havoc • Knoxville Ice Bears • Louisiana IceGators • Macon Mayhem • Mississippi RiverKings • Pensacola Ice Flyers • Peoria Rivermen|
|Arenas||Cajundome (Louisiana) • Carver Arena (Peoria Rivermen) • Columbus Civic Center (Columbus) • Cumberland County Crown Coliseum (Fayetteville) • Lander's Center (Mississippi RiverKings) • Macon Coliseum (Macon) • James White Civic Coliseum (Knoxville) • Pensacola Bay Center (Pensacola) • Von Braun Center (Huntsville)|
|Former Members||Asheville Aces • Augusta River Hawks • Blooington Thunder • Florida Seals • Jacksonville Barracudas • Macon Trax • Mississippi Surge • Pee Dee Pride • Richmond Renegades • Twin City Cyclones • Winston-Salem Polar Twins|
|Seasons||2004–05 • 2005–06 • 2006–07 • 2007–08 • 2008–09 • 2009–10 • 2010–11 • 2011-12 • 2012-13 • 2013-14 • 2014-15 • 2015-16|
|President's Cup • William B. Coffey Trophy • Other Professional Hockey leagues|
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