Richfield Ice Arena
Richfield Ice Arena
Location 636 East 66th Street
Richfield, MN 55423
Opened 1971[1]
Owner The City of Richfield
Operator The City of Richfield
Surface Ice
Architect Wold Associates, Inc.[2]
Structural engineer Bakke & Kopp, Inc.[2]
Services engineer Jacus & Amble, Inc.[2]
General Contractor Sheehy Construction, Inc.[2]
Capacity 1,800[1]
Minnesota Magicians (NAHL)

Richfield Ice Arena is an ice arena located in the city of Richfield, Minnesota. The Arena offers skating lessons, skate rental, open skating and open hockey. The Arena is the home rink for Richfield High School and Holy Angels High School, as well as the Minnesota Magicians, a North American Hockey League team. The Richfield Hockey Association coordinates the youth hockey program.


The original main Rink #1 built back in 1971 has seating for 1,400 spectators, and room for another 500 fans that can watch while standing. Adjacent to Rink #1 is the newer Rink #2 which was added in 1999 to the arena and serves as more of a practice sheet of ice. Rink 2 has only nominal seating for only 200 fans in steel bleachers.[3]


Back in 2013 the City of Richfield planned to invest $2 million in the building, adding a locker room for the Magicians, expanding the lobby, adding classrooms and a training facility.[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Smetanka, Mary Jane. "Richfield Hopes a Hockey Team Helps Revitalize the City Ice Arena", December 28, 2013. Retrieved on December 30, 2013. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Photo Gallery. Vintage Minnesota Hockey. Retrieved on December 30, 2013.
  3. Richfield Ice Arena. Vintage Minnesota Hockey. Retrieved on December 30, 2013.

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