Centre d'Excellence Sports Rousseau

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Centre d'Excellence Sports Rousseau
Location 3600, boulevard Grande-Allée
Boisbriand, Quebec
J7H 1M9
Owner Blainville
Operator Boisbriand
Capacity Hockey: 3,100 (fixed), 3,250 (standing room)
Broke ground 2009
Opened 2011
Construction cost C$20.1 million[1]
Architect Tremblay L'Écuyer Architectes[2]
Blainville-Boisbriand Armada
Laser de Boisbriand
Le Fan Club restaurant
Sports Rousseau (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.[3]

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


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Coordinates: 45°37′53″N 73°51′31″W / 45.63139°N 73.85861°W / 45.63139; -73.85861