Centre d'Excellence Sports Rousseau
|Centre d'Excellence Sports Rousseau|
|Location||3600 boulevard Grande-Allée, Boisbriand, QC|
|Construction cost||C$20.1 million|
|Architect||Tremblay L'Écuyer Architectes|
|Capacity||Hockey: 3,100 (fixed), 3,250 (standing room)|
Laser de Boisbriand
Le Fan Club restaurant
Sports Rosseau (hockey store)
La ligue de hockey Sportech (adult hockey league)
Centre Performe Plus Joël Bouchard
The Centre d'Excellence Sports Rousseau is a 3,100 capacity multi-purpose arena in Boisbriand, Quebec, Canada. It is home to the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada ice hockey club in the QMJHL, who were previously known as the Montreal Junior Hockey Club.
The area has ice surface dimensions available:
- 200 x 85 for hockey
- 130 x 65 for 3 on 3 events
- 55 x 30 for other events
- "Construction and management of the Centre of Excellence Sports Rousseau Ice". City of Blainville. June 14, 2012. Retrieved March 4, 2013.
- "Procès-Verbal". City of Blainville. May 25, 2010. Retrieved March 4, 2013.
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