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The following is a list of current National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I ice hockey arenas in the United States.

Arena City State Team Conference RinkA Capacity Built Ref
Achilles Rink Schenectady New York Union ECAC 201 x 86 ft 2,225 1975 [1]
Agganis Arena Boston Massachusetts Boston University (men) Hockey East 200 x 90 ft 6,221 2005
Alfond Arena Orono Maine Maine Hockey East 200 x 85 ft 5,641 1977
All Seasons Arena Mankato Minnesota Minnesota State (women) WCHA 200 x 85 ft 750 [2]
Appleton Arena Canton New York St. Lawrence ECAC 200 x 85 ft 3,200 1951
Hobey Baker Memorial Rink Princeton New Jersey Princeton ECAC 200 x 85 ft 2,092 1923
Bemidji Regional Events Center Bemidji Minnesota Bemidji State WCHA 200 x 85 ft 4,000 2010
Berry Events Center Marquette Michigan Northern Michigan CCHA 200 x 100 ft 3,902 1999
BGSU Ice Arena Bowling Green Ohio Bowling Green CCHA 200 x 85 ft 5,000 1967
Bright Hockey Center Boston Massachusetts Harvard ECAC 204 x 87 ft 2,850 1979
Walter Brown Arena Boston Massachusetts Boston University (women) Hockey East 200 x 85 ft 3,806 1971 [3]
Buffalo State Sports Arena Buffalo New York Canisius Atlantic Hockey 200 x 85 ft 1,800 1991
Cadet Ice Arena Colorado Springs Colorado Air Force Atlantic Hockey 200 x 85 ft 2,502 1968
Carlson Center Fairbanks Alaska Alaska CCHA 200 x 100 ft 4,595 1990
Cheel Arena Potsdam New York Clarkson ECAC 200 x 85 ft 3,000 1991
City Sports Center Detroit Michigan Wayne State CHA 200 x 85 ft 200 1993 [4]
Colorado Springs World Arena Colorado Springs Colorado Colorado College WCHA 200 x 100 ft 7,750 1998
Conte Forum Boston Massachusetts Boston College Hockey East 200 x 87 ft 7,884 1988
Duluth Entertainment Convention Center Duluth Minnesota Minnesota–Duluth WCHA 190 x 85 ft 5,333 1966
Dwyer Arena Lewiston New York Niagara Atlantic Hockey (men)
CHA (women)
200 x 85 ft 2,100 1996
Ralph Engelstad Arena Grand Forks North Dakota North Dakota WCHA 200 x 85 ft 11,640 2001
Ewigleben Arena Big Rapids Michigan Ferris State CCHA 200 x 85 ft 2,493 1976
Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum Storrs Connecticut UConn Atlantic Hockey (men)
Hockey East (women)
200 x 85 ft 2,000 1998
Goggin Ice Center Oxford Ohio Miami (OH) CCHA 200 x 85 ft 3,200 2006
Gutterson Fieldhouse Burlington Vermont Vermont Hockey East 200 x 90 ft 4,010 1963
Hart Center Worcester Massachusetts Holy Cross Atlantic Hockey 200 x 85 ft 1,400 1975
Houston Field House Troy New York Rensselaer ECAC 200 x 85 ft 4,780 1949
Ingalls Rink New Haven Connecticut Yale ECAC 200 x 85 ft 3,486 1958
Island Sports Center Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Robert Morris Atlantic Hockey (men)
CHA (women)
200 x 85 ft 1,200 1998
Edmund P. Joyce Center Notre Dame Indiana Notre Dame CCHA 200 x 85 ft 2,857 1968 [5]
Kohl Center Madison Wisconsin Wisconsin WCHA 200 x 97 ft 13,313 1998 [6]
Lawler Arena North Andover Massachusetts Merrimack Hockey East 200 x 85 ft 3,000 1972
Lawson Arena Kalamazoo Michigan Western Michigan CCHA 200 x 85 ft 3,667 1974
Lynah Rink Ithaca New York Cornell ECAC 200 x 85 ft 4,267 1957
John MacInnes Ice Arena Houghton Michigan Michigan Tech WCHA 200 x 85 ft 4,200 1972
Magness Arena Denver Colorado Denver WCHA 200 x 85 ft 6,026 1999
Matthews Arena Boston Massachusetts Northeastern Hockey East 200 x 90 ft 4,666 1910
Mariucci Arena Minneapolis Minnesota Minnesota (men) WCHA 200 x 100 ft 10,000 1993
Meehan Auditorium Providence Rhode Island Brown ECAC 200 x 85 ft 3,100 1961
Mercyhurst Ice Center Erie Pennsylvania Mercyhurst Atlantic Hockey (men)
CHA (women)
200 x 85 ft 1,500 1991
Milford Ice Pavilion Milford Connecticut Sacred Heart (men) Atlantic Hockey 200 x 85 ft 1,000 1975
Mullins Center Amherst Massachusetts UMass Hockey East 200 x 95 ft 8,387 1993
Munn Ice Arena East Lansing Michigan Michigan State CCHA 200 x 85 ft 6,470 1974
National Hockey Center St. Cloud Minnesota St. Cloud State WCHA 200 x 100 ft 5,763 1989
Olympia Ice Center West Springfield Massachusetts American International Atlantic Hockey 200 x 85 ft 2,200 1998
OSU Ice Rink Columbus Ohio Ohio State (women) WCHA 200 x 85 ft 800 1961 [7]
Propst Arena Huntsville Alabama Alabama–Huntsville Independent 200 x 85 ft 6,800 1975
Qwest Center Omaha Omaha Nebraska Nebraska–Omaha WCHA 200 x 85 ft 16,680 2003
Ridder Arena Minneapolis Minnesota Minnesota (women) WCHA 200 x 85 ft 3,400 2002
Frank Ritter Memorial Ice Arena Rochester New York RIT Atlantic Hockey 185 x 85 ft 2,100 1968
John A. Ryan Arena Watertown Massachusetts Bentley Atlantic Hockey 1,250
Schneider Arena Providence Rhode Island Providence Hockey East 200 x 85 ft 3,030 1973
Jerome Schottenstein Center Columbus Ohio Ohio State (men) CCHA 200 x 85 ft 17,200 1998
Starr Arena Hamilton New York Colgate ECAC 200 x 85 ft 2,600 1959
Sullivan Arena Anchorage Alaska Alaska–Anchorage WCHA 200 x 100 ft 6,251 1983
Taffy Abel Arena Sault Ste. Marie Michigan Lake Superior State CCHA 200 x 85 ft 4,000 1976
Tate Rink West Point New York Army Atlantic Hockey 200 x 90 ft 2,648 1985
TD Bank Sports Center Hamden Connecticut Quinnipiac ECAC 3,386 2007
Tennity Ice Skating Pavilion Syracuse New York Syracuse CHA 200 x 85 ft 1975 [8]
Thompson Arena Hanover New Hampshire Dartmouth ECAC 200 x 90 ft 3,500 1975
Tsongas Center Lowell Massachusetts UMass Lowell Hockey East 200 x 85 ft 6,496 1998
Verizon Wireless Center Mankato Minnesota Minnesota State (men) WCHA 200 x 100 ft 5,280 1995
Whittemore Center Durham New Hampshire New Hampshire Hockey East 200 x 100 ft 6,501 1995
Wonderland of Ice Bridgeport Connecticut Sacred Heart (women) Independent 600 [9]
Yost Ice Arena Ann Arbor Michigan Michigan CCHA 200 x 85 ft 6,637 1923 [10]
^A  – A standard National Hockey League rink is 200 x 85 ft (61 x 26 m); a standard IIHF/Olympic rink is 200 x 98 ft (61 x 30 m).
^B  – Largest college ice hockey crowd. Larger attendance records may exist for other configurations of the stadium.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Union Dutchmen Hockey 2009-10 Media Guide. Union College. Retrieved on 12 September 2010.
  2. Minnesota State Mankato 09-10 Womens Hockey Media Guide. Retrieved on 16 September 2010.
  3. Boston University 2009-10 Women's Ice Hockey Media Guide. Retrieved on 16 September 2010.
  4. Wayne State 2009-10 Women's Hockey Media Guide. Retrieved on 16 September 2010.
  5. Joyce Center Rink. University of Notre Dame. Retrieved on 29 August 2010.
  6. The Kohl Center FAQ. University of Wisconsin. Retrieved on 29 August 2010.
  7. Ohio State University Department of Athletics. Women's Hockey Quick Facts. Press release. Retrieved on 2010-09-15.
  8. Syracuse University Women's Ice Hockey 2010-11 Quick Facts. Retrieved on 16 September 2010.
  9. Sacred Heart Pioneers Women's Ice Hockey. Retrieved on 16 September 2010.
  10. Yost Ice Arena Attendance Records MGoBlue.com: University of Michigan Official Athletic Site


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