Ice Arena

Ice Arena

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The Ice Arena was built in 1967, and contains a 5,000-seat hockey rink, a multi-purpose rink, a skate shop and Center Ice Club. The BGSU Hockey team has won seven CCHA championships and has made nine appearances at the NCAA tournament, winning the national title in 1984. The hockey team has produced such greats as Gino Cavallini formerly of the St. Louis Blues, Ken Morrow formerly of the New York Islanders, Nelson Emerson of the Ottawa Senators, Rob Blake of the LA Kings and Hobey Baker Winners George McPhee, current general manager of the NHL's Washington Capitals and Brian Holzinger of the Buffalo Sabres. Two members of the 1980 U.S. Olympic Hockey Team had been players for the BGSU team the year before. Scott Hamilton, 1981-84 World Figure Skating Champion, 1984 Olympic Gold Medalist and 1990 U.S. Open Men's Skating Champion, is a native of Bowling Green and grew up skating in BGSU's Ice Arena. For historical information about this building, see Ice Arena on BGSU’s Historic Campus Tour. Click the provided link above. #Ice_Arena
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