Ann Arbor Ice Cube

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Ann Arbor Ice Cube
Location 2121 Oak Valley Drive
Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
Coordinates 42°15′15″N 83°46′41″W / 42.254212°N 83.778144°W / 42.254212; -83.778144
Owner Ann Arbor Ice Cube
Operator Ann Arbor Ice Cube
Capacity 1,000 (hockey)
Surface 200' x 85'(hockey)
Construction
Broke ground 1994
Opened December 1995
Construction cost $8.5 million
($13.2 million in 2014 dollars[1])
Architect DTS+Winkelmann, LLC.[2]
Tenants
US NTDP (USHL)
Eastern Michigan Eagles (ACHA)

The Ann Arbor Ice Cube (stylized as A²I³) is a 1,000-seat multi-purpose arena located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The ice arena is also the home to the USA Hockey National Team Development Program competing in the Tier I Jr. Hockey United States Hockey League. The Ice Cube is also home to the Eastern Michigan Eagles men's college ice hockey teams competing at the ACHA DI level in the Great Lakes Collegiate Hockey League. The arena is also home to several local high school ice hockey teams, and is used by local figure skating clubs, youth, and adult rec. ice hockey leagues, as well as public skating.[3]

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The Ice Cube has two NHL regulation-sized ice sheets and one Olympic-sized ice sheet. The main sheet of ice sheet seats 1,000 fans.[4]

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