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Tennity Ice Skating Pavilion

Tennity Ice Skating Pavilion
Location 511 Skytop Road
Syracuse, NY 13210
Owner Syracuse University
Operator Syracuse University
Capacity 350
Surface ice 200–85 ft (61–26 m)
Opened October 2000
Syracuse Orange (Women's ice hockey (NCAA)
Men's ice hockey ACHA
Synchronized skating

The Tennity Ice Skating Pavilion is an ice arena in Syracuse, New York. Named for donors Marilyn and Bill Tennity, the facility opened in October 2000 for the use of Syracuse University students. The facility is the home of Syracuse University's ACHA Division I men's hockey team competing in the Northeast Collegiate Hockey League, and new NCAA Division I women's program playing in the College Hockey America conference.[1] The Ice Pavilion is also used for intramural hockey and broomball leagues, as well as Syracuse University physical education classes.[2] The new women's hockey team locker room was designed by QPK Design.

The facility features two ice sheets, a regulation NHL sized surface and a 94–85 ft (29–26 m) oblong studio rink for ice skating and figure skating.

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