List of NCAA Division I ice hockey arenas

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This is a list of arenas that currently serve as the home venue for NCAA Division I college ice hockey teams. Conference affiliations reflect those in the coming 2022–23 NCAA Division I men's ice hockey and 2022–23 NCAA Division I women's ice hockey seasons. The arenas serve as home venues for both the men's and women's teams except where noted. In addition, venues which are not located on campus or are used infrequently during the season have been listed.

Current arenas[edit]

Off-campus arena
Image Arena City State Team Conference Capacity Opened
Cadet Ice Arena Colorado Springs CO Air Force Atlantic Hockey 2,502 1968
MassMutual Center Springfield MA American International Atlantic Hockey 6,866 1972
Tate Rink West Point NY Army Atlantic Hockey 2,648 1985
Bentley Arena Waltham MA Bentley Atlantic Hockey 2,117 2018
LECOM Harborcenter Buffalo NY Canisius Atlantic Hockey 1,800 2014
Hart Center Worcester MA Holy Cross Atlantic Hockey (men)
Hockey East (women)
1,400 1975
Mercyhurst Ice Center Erie PA Mercyhurst men & women Atlantic Hockey (men)
CHA (women)
1,500 1991
Dwyer Arena Lewiston NY Niagara Atlantic Hockey 2,100 1996
Gene Polisseni Center Rochester NY RIT men & women Atlantic Hockey (men)
CHA (women)
4,300 2014
Martire Family Arena Fairfield CT Sacred Heart men & women Atlantic Hockey (men)
NEWHA (women)
3,600 2023
Yost Ice Arena Ann Arbor MI Michigan Big Ten 5,800 1923
Munn Ice Arena East Lansing MI Michigan State Big Ten 6,470 1974
3M Arena at Mariucci Minneapolis MN Minnesota men Big Ten 10,000 1993
Compton Family Ice Arena Notre Dame IN Notre Dame Big Ten 5,022 2011
Value City Arena Columbus OH Ohio State men Big Ten 17,500 1998
Pegula Ice Arena University Park PA Penn State men & women Big Ten (men)
CHA (women)
6,000 2013
Kohl Center Madison WI Wisconsin men Big Ten 15,325 1998
Sanford Center Bemidji MN Bemidji State men & women CCHA (men)
WCHA (women)
4,700 2010
Slater Family Ice Arena Bowling Green OH Bowling Green CCHA 5,000 1967
Ewigleben Arena Big Rapids MI Ferris State CCHA 2,493 1976
Taffy Abel Arena Sault Ste. Marie MI Lake Superior State CCHA 4,000 1995
MacInnes Student Ice Arena Houghton MI Michigan Tech CCHA 4,128 1972
Mayo Clinic Health System Event Center Mankato MN Minnesota State men & women CCHA (men)
WCHA (women)
5,280 1995
Berry Events Center Marquette MI Northern Michigan CCHA 3,902 1999
St. Thomas Ice Arena Saint Paul MN St. Thomas CCHA (men)
WCHA (women)
1,000[1] 2003[1]
Centene Community Ice Center Maryland Heights MO Lindenwood men & women TBA (men)
CHA (women)
2,500 2019
Tennity Ice Skating Pavilion Syracuse NY Syracuse women CHA 350 2000
Meehan Auditorium Providence RI Brown men & women ECAC 3,100 1961
Cheel Arena Potsdam NY Clarkson men & women ECAC 3,000 1991
Class of 1965 Arena Hamilton NY Colgate men & women ECAC 2,222 2016
Lynah Rink Ithaca NY Cornell men & women ECAC 4,267 1967
Thompson Arena Hanover NH Dartmouth men & women ECAC 3,500 1975
Bright Hockey Center Boston MA Harvard men & women ECAC 2,850 1956
Hobey Baker Memorial Rink Princeton NJ Princeton men & women ECAC 2,092 1923
People's United Center Hamden CT Quinnipiac men & women ECAC 3,386 2007
Houston Field House Troy NY RPI men & women ECAC 4,780 1949
Appleton Arena Canton NY St. Lawrence men & women ECAC 3,000 1951
Achilles Rink Schenectady NY Union men & women ECAC 2,275 1975
Ingalls Rink New Haven CT Yale men & women ECAC 3,500 1958
Conte Forum Chestnut Hill MA Boston College men & women Hockey East 7,884 1988
Agganis Arena Boston MA Boston University men Hockey East 6,150 2005
Walter Brown Arena Boston MA Boston University women Hockey East 3,806 1971
Toscano Family Ice Forum Storrs CT UConn men & women Hockey East 2,600[2] 2023[2]
Alfond Arena Orono ME Maine men & women Hockey East 5,124 1977
William D. Mullins Memorial Center Amherst MA Massachusetts Hockey East 8,387 1993
Paul E. Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell Lowell MA Massachusetts-Lowell Hockey East 6,003 1998
Lawler Rink North Andover MA Merrimack men & women Hockey East 2,549 1972
Whittemore Center Durham NH New Hampshire men & women Hockey East 6,501 1995
Matthews Arena Boston MA Northeastern men & women Hockey East 4,666 1910
Schneider Arena Providence RI Providence men & women Hockey East 3,030 1973
Gutterson Fieldhouse Burlington VT Vermont men & women Hockey East 4,035 1963
Carlson Center Fairbanks AK Alaska Independent 4,595 1990
Mullett Arena Tempe AZ Arizona State Independent 5,000 2022
Northwell Health Ice Center East Meadow NY LIU men & women Independent (men)
NEWHA (women)
Ed Robson Arena Colorado Springs CO Colorado College NCHC 3,407[3] 2021[4]
Magness Arena Denver CO Denver NCHC 6,026 1999
Goggin Ice Center Oxford OH Miami (OH) NCHC 4,000 2006
AMSOIL Arena Duluth MN Minnesota Duluth men & women NCHC (men)
WCHA (women)
6,726 2010
Ralph Engelstad Arena Grand Forks ND North Dakota men NCHC 11,640 2001
Baxter Arena Omaha NE Omaha NCHC 7,898 2015
Brooks Center St. Cloud MN St. Cloud State men & women NCHC (men)
WCHA (women)
5,763 1989
Lawson Arena Kalamazoo MI Western Michigan NCHC 3,667 1974
Jason Ritchie Ice Arena Winchendon MA Franklin Pierce women NEWHA 2008
SportsCenter of Connecticut Shelton CT Post women NEWHA
Sullivan Arena Goffstown NH Saint Anselm women NEWHA 2,700 2003
Cairns Arena South Burlington VT Saint Michael's women NEWHA 600
Foxboro Sports Center Foxborough MA Stonehill men & women TBA (men)
NEWHA (women)
Seawolf Sports Complex Anchorage AK Alaska Anchorage TBA 900[6] 1977
Sanford Center Bemidji MN Bemidji State men & women CCHA (men)
WCHA (women)
4,700 2010
Ridder Arena Minneapolis MN Minnesota women WCHA 3,400 2002
OSU Ice Rink Columbus OH Ohio State women WCHA 1,415 1961
LaBahn Arena Madison WI Wisconsin women WCHA 2,273 2012
Mullett Arena Tempe AZ Arizona State Sun Devils men's ice hockey Independent 5,000 2022

Additional arenas[edit]

Off-campus arena
Image Arena City State Team Conference Capacity Opened
Little Caesars Arena Detroit MI Michigan Tech CCHA 19,150 2017
Erie Insurance Arena Erie PA Mercyhurst Atlantic Hockey 6,716 1983
Blue Cross Arena Rochester NY RIT Atlantic Hockey 11,200 1955
Webster Bank Arena Bridgeport CT Sacred Heart Atlantic Hockey 8,412 2001
Gila River Arena Glendale AZ Arizona State Independent 17,125 2003
Islanders Iceworks Syosset NY LIU men & women Independent (men)
NEWHA (women)
Bridgewater Ice Arena Bridgewater MA Stonehill men & women TBA (men)
NEWHA (women)

Future arenas[edit]

This list includes both arenas under construction and existing venues to be used by programs that are confirmed to be joining Division I hockey in the future.

Off-campus arena
Image Arena City State Team Conference Capacity Opened/opening
Martire Family Arena Fairfield CT Sacred Heart Atlantic Hockey (men)
NEWHA (women)
3,600[7] 2023[8]
Midco Arena Sioux Falls SD Augustana CCHA (men) 3,000[9] 2023[9]
Lee and Penny Anderson Arena Saint Paul MN St. Thomas men & women CCHA (men)
WCHA (women)
4,000 2025


  1. ^ a b "St. Thomas Ice Arena". Saint Paul, MN. Retrieved July 24, 2020.
  2. ^ a b "UConn Ice Hockey Moving Forward to Build New On-Campus Ice Hockey Rink" (Press release). UConn Huskies. April 28, 2021. Retrieved September 1, 2021.
  3. ^ "Ed Robson Arena Project Fact Sheet" (PDF). Colorado College. December 9, 2019. Archived (PDF) from the original on November 11, 2020. Retrieved September 1, 2021.
  4. ^ "Tigers to Host Exhibition Game Against Air Force" (Press release). Colorado College Tigers. September 1, 2021. Retrieved September 1, 2021.
  5. ^ Mortimer, Frank (January 24, 2013). "New ice rink for Foxboro?". The Sun Chronicle. Attleboro, MA. Retrieved March 26, 2020.
  6. ^ "Seawolf Sports Complex". University of Alaska Anchorage. Retrieved October 28, 2021.
  7. ^ "Martire Family Arena".
  8. ^ "Hockey Arena Will Be a Game Changer" (Press release). Sacred Heart Pioneers. March 15, 2021. Retrieved June 1, 2021.
  9. ^ a b "Augustana University Formally Announces Addition of Men's Hockey Program, Breaks Ground on Midco Arena" (Press release). Augustana Universityn Vikings. October 5, 2021. Retrieved October 14, 2021.