Great Lakes Sports City Superior Arena

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Great Lakes Sports City Superior Arena
Location Fraser, Michigan
Surface Ice
Capacity 3,400

Great Lakes Sports City Superior Arena (formerly Fraser Ice Arena) is a 3,400-seat multi-purpose arena in Fraser, Michigan. It is the largest of the 5 rinks inside of the Great Lakes Sports City building. The arena was the home of the Motor City Mechanics of the former United Hockey League. The complex was the host of the 2007 USA Hockey National Championships for the Midget division.

GLSC is also home to the Belle Tire boy's and girl's ice hockey teams, the Fraser Figure Skating Club, as well as Michigan Sports Enterprises adult hockey. High School teams Fraser, De La Salle, Chippewa, and Ford High II make GLSC their home rink.

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Coordinates: 42°32′55″N 82°57′23″W / 42.548571°N 82.9563°W / 42.548571; -82.9563