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Encyclopedia > Mariucci Arena

Mariucci Arena is the home arena for the men's ice hockey Minnesota Golden Gophers of the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. The arena is on campus and seats approxmently 10,000 fans. The Arena was open in the early 1990s and is named after John Mariucci long time Gopher coach who is considered the "godfather of Minnesota hockey." The women's team played at Mariucci until 2002 when they moved to a smaller on campus arena known as Ridder Arena.


Mariucci Arena will host the 2005 West Regional of the NCAA men's ice hockey tournament on March 26 and March 27, 2005. It will host the 2006 Frozen Four in women's ice hockey on March 24 and March 26, 2006.


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Williams Arena - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (393 words)
Williams Arena is on the Twin Cities main campus of the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The arena was remodeled in the 1950s, and renamed Williams Arena after Dr. Henry L. Williams, the football coach from 1900 to 1921.
The Hinkle Fieldhouse at Butler University was also constructed in 1928, and held the honor of being the highest capacity arena until the remodeling of Williams Arena in 1950.
Mariucci Arena - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (384 words)
Mariucci Arena is the home arena for the Minnesota Golden Gophers men's ice hockey team of the University of Minnesota Twin Cities.
The arena opened in 1993 and is named after John Mariucci, the long time Gopher coach who is considered the "godfather of Minnesota hockey." The ice sheet is Olympic sized (100 feet by 200 feet).
Mariucci Arena has been host to prominent regional, national, and international competitions, including the 2005 West Regional of the NCAA men's ice hockey tournament, the 2006 Frozen Four in women's ice hockey, and the 2006 World Short Track speed skating event.
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