Red Ball Internet Centre

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The logo of the Red Ball Internet Centre

The Red Ball Internet Centre, formerly the Tim Hortons 4 Ice Centre,[1] is a multi-purpose arena in Moncton, New Brunswick with four NHL sized ice surfaces, one of which (the Champions Arena) has seating for 1,500 spectators. It was home to the Moncton Beavers of the Maritime Junior A Hockey League until 2007 when they moved to Dieppe and became the Dieppe Commandos. It the home of the Moncton Mariposa Figure Skating Club, the Moncton Minor Hockey Association and Lacrosse Moncton. The facility also contains a pro shop, full service restaurant, coffee shop and meeting facilities.

The Red Ball Internet Centre is part of the CN Sportplex, which also consists of 10 ballfields, six soccer fields and an indoor air supported multipurpose sports dome (The Dundee Sports Dome).

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Coordinates: 46°05′44″N 64°49′03″W / 46.095503°N 64.817523°W / 46.095503; -64.817523