||Murray Athletic Center
Elmira College Soaring Eagles
More affectionately known as "The Domes", the three geodesic
dome athletic complex is anchored by a 3200 seat hockey arena
which serves the home of the Soaring Eagles. The facility is
located eight miles away from the campus itself, and also
houses a gymnasium, tennis courts and squash courts.
||Ralph Engelstad Arena
Grand Forks, ND
North Dakota Fighting Sioux
"The Ralph" is one of the most opulent and beautiful arenas in
all of college hockey, built at a coat of $104-mm and seating
11,634 for hockey. The concourse floors are marble, the walls
made of cherry leather upholstery seating, a huge organ
dominates one end zone in the seating bowl, modern
electronics and scoreboard in the arena. The arena all
happened through a private gift.
||Pegula Ice Arena
State College, Pennsylvania
Penn State Nittany Lions
Thanks to a gift from wealthy alum and benefactor Terry Pegula,
Penn State graduated to Division 1 hockey with the opening of
Pegula Ice Arena, a modern and pleasant 6000 seat arena
within steps from the massive Beaver Stadium on the campus
of Penn State University. One end zone has a glass wall with
views of the rolling hills in the distance.
Lewiston, New York
Niagara University Purple Eagles
It's a pretty boring and non descript building, located near the
university's basketball venue the Gallagher Center. The arena
has been home for NCAA division 1 hockey since the Purple
Eagles program was elevated on 2010. The USRT venue
experience was for the IIHF World Juniors in January of 2011.
Canisius College Golden Griffins
HarborCenter is a multi use venue attached to the First Niagara
Center in downtown Buffalo. The approximately 2000 seat
hockey rink is located 6 floors above ground level and is
attached to a Marriott Hotel, retail shops and a massive parking
garage. Canisius moved its program there beginning in 2014.