Ice Arena

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Lindenwood Ice Arena - History
... The Lindenwood Ice Arena was built in 1998 as the Wentzville Ice Arena ... The Wentzville Ice Arena first opened its doors to the public on December 18, 1998 ... Naming rights were later sold, and the arena became known as the CenturyTel Ice Arena ...
West Meadows Ice Arena
... The West Meadows Ice Arena is a multi-purpose arena in Rolling Meadows, IL ... It features ice for hockey, figure skating and open skating ... The ice rink is owned and operated by the Rolling Meadows Park District ...
Lindenwood Ice Arena
... Lindenwood Ice Arena is an arena and recreational sport facility located in Wentzville, Missouri and owned and operated by Lindenwood University ... LU Ice Arena serves as the home for LU Lindenwood Lions Men's and Women's ice hockey teams and LU synchronized skating team ... It features two NHL size sheets of ice for ice hockey, figure skating and open skating, and local high school hockey ...
Lindenwood Lions - Facilities - Lindenwood Ice Arena
... Main article Lindenwood Ice Arena Lindenwood University is the only university in the State of Missouri that owns its own ice arena ... The ice arena is located in nearby Wentzville, Missouri and it is the home of both men’s and women’s ice hockey programs along with the synchronized ... The arena has been host to such events as the ACHA Women's Division I National Championships, and has also hosted the State Games of America's figure skating ...
British Universities Ice Hockey Association - Member Teams
... Club Foundation Entry to BUIHA Twitter feed Home Rink Anglia Ruskin Rangers 2012 ... N/A Planet Ice Norwich Birmingham Eagles 2003 ... @BrumEagles Solihull Ice Rink ...

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