Peaks Ice Arena is an indoor ice hockey arena in Provo, Utah, United States, located 43 miles (69 km) south of Salt Lake City. It was built, along with the E Center in West Valley City, Utah, to serve as an ice hockey and practice venue for the 2002 Winter Olympics. It currently serves as the home of the BYU Cougar men's ice hockey team, Peaks Youth Hockey Association, and several high school teams.
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8,597 15 February 1900 ... Czech Republic 8 – 2 Germany Peaks Ice Arena, Provo Attendance 6,303 17 February 1605 ... Sweden 2 – 1 Czech Republic E Center, West Valley City Attendance 8,599 17 February ...
... The arena is home to the Peaks Figure Skating Club, where figure skaters can come together and enjoy one another while progressing within their sport ... The arena also serves as home ice for the ACHA collegiate hockey team of Brigham Young University, and high school teams including Timpanogos, Utah County Independent, Lehi, Payson ... The arena is open to the public for ice skating, skating lessons, and can even be used for indoor soccer games ...
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“[I]t forged ahead to become a full-fledged metropolis, with 143 faro games, 30 saloons, 4 banks, 27 produce stores, 3 express officesand an arena for bull-and-bear fights, which, described by Horace Greeley in the New York Tribune, is said to have given Wall Street its best-known phrases.”
—For the State of California, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)
“Why wont they let a year die without bringing in a new one on the instant, cant they use birth control on time? I want an interregnum. The stupid years patter on with unrelenting feet, never stoppingrising to little monotonous peaks in our imaginations at festivals like New Years and Easter and ChristmasBut, goodness, why need they do it?”
—John Dos Passos (18961970)
“Sole and self-commanded works,
Fears not undermining days,
Grows by decays,
And, by the famous might that lurks
In reaction and recoil,
Makes flames to freeze, and ice to boil.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)