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Cadet Ice Arena

Cadet Ice Arena
Cadet Field House
Location 2168 Field House Dr
U.S. Air Force Acad., CO 80840
Coordinates
Owner U.S. Air Force Academy
Operator U.S. Air Force Academy
Capacity 2,502 (hockey)
Surface 200x85 feet (hockey)
Construction
Opened 1968
Construction cost $5.6 million (entire field house)
Tenants
Air Force Academy Falcons
(men's hockey)

The Cadet Ice Arena is a 2,502-seat hockey rink on the grounds of the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado. It is home to the Academy's Falcon ice hockey team. It was built in 1968, and is part of the Cadet Field House, which also includes Clune Arena. The team now competes in Atlantic Hockey along with Army.

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  • Cadet Ice Arena info sheet


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